Monthly Archives: July 2018

TPS Delegation Report Launched in Anticipation of Hearing in Federal Court

CIVIL RIGHTS AND IMMIGRANTS’ RIGHTS GROUPS ARGUE TPS CASE AND RELEASE LANDMARK REPORT ON HONDURAS AND EL SALVADOR PRESS CONFERENCE IMMEDIATELY AFTER FEDERAL COURT HEARING IN BOSTON WHAT: A federal court hearing in a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the Trump Administration’s cancellation of Temporary Protected Status (TPS), a decades-old, life-saving humanitarian immigration relief program

Read More

“Mom, when are you coming to get me? Please come now!”

Massachusetts-Based Mother Separated From 9-Year Old Son At Border Sues Federal Officials To Secure His Release Texas Facility Holding Child Probes Mother’s Religious Beliefs And Practices To Determine If She Is Fit To “Sponsor” Own Son On Friday, June 29, the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights and Economic Justice, the Brazilian Worker Center, and WilmerHale,

Read More