CAIR Coalition Partners with Georgetown Law Center to Help Somali Torture Survivor Win Relief and Make a Successful Transition Out of DetentionPosted by Kathryn M. Doan, Esq. • Apr 20, 2012
In 1990, IA, a national of Somalia, filed chargers against government soldiers who murdered his uncle. As a result, he was accused of being an anti-government reactionary, despite his lack of involvement in politics.
BlogPosted by Kathryn M. Doan, Esq. • Apr 20, 2012
In the first half of 2011, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) deported 46,686 parents who had at least one U.S. citizen child according to a March 2012 report by the agency.
BlogPosted by Kathryn M. Doan, Esq. • Apr 19, 2012
Ashley Ham Pong, staff attorney for CAIR Coalition’s Detained Children’s Project, is the subject of an article in the on-line newspaper “Departmento 19” where she discusses her work assisting unaccompanied immigrant c
BlogPosted by Kathryn M. Doan, Esq. • Feb 03, 2012
Thanks to a generous grant from The Morton K.
BlogPosted by Kathryn M. Doan, Esq. • Feb 02, 2012
GA is one of the “Lost Boys of Sudan,” a title given to the tens of thousands of young boys from the Nuer and Dinka ethnic groups who were displaced or orphaned due to ongoing warfare and persecution in Sudan.
BlogPosted by Kathryn M. Doan, Esq. • Jan 31, 2012
Pedro, a torture survivor from Equatorial Guinea and a former CAIR Coalition client is featured in a recent UNHCR video.
CAIR Coalition's Executive Director Testifies in Support of DC Bill to Limit Impact of Secure CommunitiesPosted by Kathryn M. Doan, Esq. • Jan 06, 2012
The fight to prevent Secure Communities from taking full effect in the District remained in full swing at the John A. Wilson Building on Friday, January 6, 2012, where Kathryn M.
All unaccompanied immigrant children detained by immigration authorities either near the U.S border or in the interior of the country are placed in the custody of the Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of
This fall, CAIR Coalition welcomed Stephen Dekovich, a graduate of Stanford Law School and newly minted Equal Justice Works Fellow. Stephen, whose fellowship is sponsored by the law firm of McDermott Will & Emery
The last few months have demonstrated that despite widespread public opposition, ICE is determined to move forward with the controversial Secure Communities program.