BlogPosted by Nithya Nathan-Pineau, Esq. • Jun 18, 2018
In a troubling decision, the Board of Immigration Appe
Senior Program Director for CAIR Coalition's Detained Children's Program Speaks with Vox News on How Confidential Health Information is Being Used to Prolong Detention of Immigrant ChildrenPosted by CAIR Coalition Staff • Jun 18, 2018
Senior Program Director for CAIR Coalition's Detained Children's Program, Nithya Nathan-Pineau, talks with Vox about how the Trump administration is using undocumented kids' confidential health information to lock them up.
In the coming weeks, the US Supreme Court will issue a ruling in Trump v.
BlogPosted by CAIR Coalition Staff • May 31, 2018
There are around thousands of immigrants around the country going through deportation proceedings. The immigration laws of the U.S. are notoriously complicated; the immigration process is hard to understand.
BlogPosted by CAIR Coalition Staff • May 30, 2018
Are you upset about the Trump administration's policy to separate refugee families at the border? We are too.
Capital Area Immigrants’ Rights (CAIR) Coalition Celebrates Prince George’s County Council’s Continued Commitment to Funding Legal Representation for Immigrants who are Detained and Placed into Deportation ProceedingsPosted by CAIR Coalition Staff • May 29, 2018
CAIR Coalition applauds Prince George’s County Council for voting to provide $200,000 to support the Immigration Service & Language Assistance (ISLA) Initiative, doubling last year’s funding.
Practice Alert: Attorney General Issues Decision Stripping Immigration Judges of Ability to Administratively Close CasesPosted by Michael Lukens, Esq. • May 23, 2018
In a disappointing development, last week Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued a decision that eliminates the ability of immigration judges to administrative close immigration cases. In practice, this means that imm