Thank you to all the attorneys who assisted the Immigration Justice Campaign in accompanying recently released families to their first ICE check-ins after being released from detention. With your support, 144 parents were accompanied to their check-ins or were provided initial consults. Thank you for stepping up to stand beside these families!
This recording from the Immigration Justice Campaign outlines an ICE check-in and what to expect. While some of this information may be basic for some immigration attorneys, those who are new to ICE check-ins will find this information useful.
There has been an outpouring of support for the immigration community over the past few days. To provide clarity on how you can support the work that the American Immigration Council and the Immigration Justice Campaign does, here are three options ranging from general support to more specific support on the issue of family detention and family separation.
The Immigration Justice Campaign, AILA and the American Immigration Council's initiative to increase pro bono representation for detained immigrants, is actively working on family separation cases, and helping families detained at the South Texas Family Residential Center (STFRC) in Dilley, Texas pass their credible fear interviews. In addition, we are working with the following partners to represent separated families and other detained immigrants around the country:
Opportunities to volunteer include:
Find out more at www.immigrationjustice.us!
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