BlogPosted by CAIR Coalition Staff • Aug 16, 2017
CAIR Coalition’s Legal Advisory Committee (LAC) is comprised of long standing supporters of our mission and our clients.
CAIR Coalition Pioneers First Flores Bond Hearing, Challenging the Detention of One Unaccompanied Child for Nearly 300 DaysPosted by Azadeh Erfani, Esq. • Aug 14, 2017
Last month, the Ninth Circuit issued a ruling that affects all unaccompanied minors in detention.
CAIR Coalition and Dedicated Wiley Rein Pro Bono Team Win Asylum for Honduran Teenager Fleeing Death at the Hands of MS-13
This month, CAIR Coalition and a pro bono team from Wiley Rein LLP won
BlogPosted by CAIR Coalition Staff • Aug 10, 2017
CAIR Coalition joins nearly 400 national, state, and local organizations to urge Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to stop the immigration raids targeting unaccompanied children and their sponsors.
Today marks my last day as volunteer coordinator and legal assistant at CAIR Coalition, and I wanted to share some words on my experience and how I will carry it with me as I start law school in the fall.
BlogPosted by CAIR Coalition Staff • Jul 31, 2017
"Dreaming America: Voices of Undocumented Youth in Maximum-Security Detention" includes the poetry of unaccompanied immigrant children detained in the custody
One January night a few years ago, Hamed*, a lawful permanent resident from Iran who has lived in the United States for nearly 20 years, was attacked at night by a group of three intoxicated muggers while working by h
BlogPosted by CAIR Coalition Staff • Jul 18, 2017
Capital Area Immigrants' Rights Coalition is proud to stand alongside nearly 200 other organizations urging congressional appropriators to deny Immigration and Customs Enforcement's request for reprogramming of detent
In Sessions v. Dimaya Rehearing Decision, Supreme Court Stonewalls on Whether Second Part of Aggravated Felony Crime of Violence Definition is UnconstitutionalPosted by CAIR Coalition Staff • Jul 07, 2017
Last week in the case Sessions v. Dimaya, 137 S. Ct. 31 (2016), the Supreme Court decided to make no decision and instead rehear arguments next term on whether a broad and ambiguously written statute under federal immigration law constitutionally permits the government to deport and detain immigrants.
BlogPosted by CAIR Coalition Staff • Jul 06, 2017
Last week’s decision by the Supreme Court to order reargument in the case of Jennings v. Rodriguez leave