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NMILC makes access to justice affordable for New Mexico's immigrants and promotes knowledge of legal rights and the immigration process. RT doesn't=endorsement
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NMILC Aug 22
This cruel policy coupled with the recent announcement that the administration will permit indefinite detention of migrant children will bring more needless death, and is a human rights violation.
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NMILC Aug 21
This we must not forget about the struggles of undocumented immigrant youth who are especially vulnerable in the juvenile justice system and removal proceedings. Undocumented youth are here to stay! Photo source:
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Arifa Raza Aug 19
Legal violence: My 2 year old Salvadoran client wanted to sign their asylum application....
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NM Center on Law & Poverty Aug 15
The Trump administration's new rule would force our country's green card applicants to make an impossible choice: legally receive food, housing, or healthcare assistance, or get their green cards- both of which they need to succeed.
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NMILC Aug 15
Replying to @laurelz
We thank you for your support! 🙏🏽 Immigrants need protection here in NM and around the country. Now more than ever ✊🏽
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NMILC Aug 15
New Mexico has three rural detention centers. If you wish to contribute to our efforts in providing legal aid to detainees in rural areas click the link below.
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United We Dream Aug 14
JUST NOW: We have confirmed targeted raids in Morganton and Icard, North Carolina. Make sure that you know what are your rights at home or any interaction with ICE! For more information:
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National Immigration Law Center Aug 14
Replying to @NILC
With silent lips. “Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door!” 🗽
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NMILC Aug 13
“Give me your tired, your poor” has some exclusions i.e. low income communities of color
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NMILC Aug 12
Yet another way this Administration is trying separate immigrant families and hinder their ability to live a decent life.
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Rep. Deb Haaland Aug 9
This administration is forcing children to live without the care of their parents, and New Mexico will not be complicit. Thanks for protecting kids and families, & .
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NMILC Aug 9
Replying to @JadeEJF @Alex_Kack
Thank you !! Now more than ever it’s important to represent the community!
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Ceres Research Aug 5
This Thursday we're discussing the intersection of & ! Let's create policies & practices to secure safety & security for ! Join our Tweetchat
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Arifa Raza Aug 3
In New Mexico Cibola and the new Torrance detention centers are both operated by CoreCivic... Otrero is run by MTC.
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Rep. Deb Haaland Aug 3
I am angry & saddened, and my heart goes out to the entire El Paso community. We cannot keep reliving this nightmare, because we can do something about this. Gun violence is killing us every day & this crisis must be addressed. Take up HR 8, .
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ILRC Aug 2
YES!!! Thank you, for helping us shed light on the 1996 laws that expanded immigration detention, weakened due process in immigration court & established new deportation programs. We NEED to repeal these laws and find a .
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NMILC Aug 1
Read how immigrant detention only benefits the private prison industry and not the local economies, written by our Associate Director Adriel Orozco via
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NMILC Jul 31
Check out this months Newsletter!
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NMILC Jul 31
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Rep. Deb Haaland Jul 30
The only difference between these children is the political line adults drew between them. We’re not born knowing how to hate. It’s something that is taught. We have to do better.
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