Boston Immigration Justice Accompaniment Network BIJAN/Beyond Bond Boston
We are a network of faith communities, individuals and other activist groups working to reduce the escalating harm of our immigration system in the current political context… Read more
The Center for Human Rights and Constitutional Law CHRCL
The Center for Human Rights and Constitutional Law (CHRCL) is a non-profit legal services organization that represents all detained immigrant children in the United States through the Flores v. Sessions class action case. Since 1997, CHRCL has had a nationwide settlement agreement with the government that sets the national standards for the humane treatment and prompt release from custody of detained immigrant children. Under the settlement, CHRCL is the only non-governmental organization in the country permitted to inspect every detention site where children are held and to interview and assess the treatment of all detained children.
The Legal Aid Society
The Legal Aid Society in New York City is the United States’ oldest and largest provider of legal aid to the indigent, those in poverty in the United States. It provides services for both criminal cases, analogous to public defenders, and civil cases… Read more
New York Immigration Coalition NYIC
The NYIC advocates for laws and policies to improve the lives of immigrants and all New Yorkers, particularly those that live in lower income communities… Read more
Kids In Need of Defense KIND
KIND staff and our pro bono attorney partners at law firms, corporations, and law schools nationwide represent unaccompanied immigrant and refugee children in their deportation proceedings. Together, we ensure that no child stands in court alone… Read more
Southeast Immigrant Freedom Initiative SIFI
Southeast Immigrant Freedom Initiative (SIFI) provides pro bono legal representation to detained immigrants at five immigrant detention centers in the Deep South and supports six others… Read more
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Published: July 2019