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"We are relieved that Syrians who currently have TPS will remain protected, but are concerned that Syrians who arrived after August 2016 could be at risk for deportation.”
“The tens of thousands of refugees who have been banned during the past three months must know if they will now be able to find the safety our country offered to them in the United States."
The interfaith effort will expand legal services for the most vulnerable refugee populations in Athens and Lesvos.
"Congress must act to provide a path to permanent legal status for our Salvadoran friends and neighbors."
“A line has been crossed,” said Mark Hetfield, president and CEO of HIAS, the global Jewish nonprofit that protects refugees.
U.S. District Judge James Robart issued a ruling largely blocking implementation of the Trump administration’s most recent refugee restrictions.
Addressing migration, by definition, requires international cooperation.
We will always speak out in opposition to policies that ban people on the basis of their faith, country of birth or nationality.
"Ending TPS for Haitians is unnecessary and inhumane."
"We've seen this before, and we won't stand for it. This is why HIAS has joined the legal team representing Jewish community partners in our ongoing struggle to welcome refugees and show America's strength as a country."