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The Trump Administration Just Quit the Global Migration Pact

Dec 04, 2017

This weekend, the Trump Administration abruptly announced its decision to walk away from the Global Compact on Migration.

HIAS Statement on Trump Administration Withdrawal from Global Migration Pact

Dec 04, 2017

Addressing migration, by definition, requires international cooperation.

HIAS Denounces Termination of TPS for Nicaragua, Six Month Extension for Honduras

Nov 07, 2017

"Congress must pass bipartisan legislation to permanently protect the hundreds of thousands of TPS holders living in the United States.”

HIAS Outraged by Reports of Temporary Protected Status Termination

Nov 06, 2017

"We, as a country, are so much better than this."

The End of Temporary Protected Status?

Oct 31, 2017

The Trump administration recently hinted that it is planning to phase out Temporary Protected Status, potentially affecting 330,000 individuals who have lived in the U.S. for years.

HIAS Joins National Jewish Letter Advocating for Passage of DREAM Act

Oct 31, 2017

Jewish tradition instills in us a commitment to protecting the vulnerable and welcoming the stranger.

HIAS Letter Advocating for Passage of a Clean DREAM Act

Oct 31, 2017

Undocumented immigrant youth are American in all but paperwork, and they are now living in fear.

HIAS Statement to the House Judiciary Committee Hearing on “Oversight of the United States Refugee Admissions Program”

Oct 26, 2017

With more than 65 million displaced persons and over 22.5 million registered refugees globally, it is more important than ever to preserve United States leadership on refugee resettlement.

New Refugee Vetting Procedures Could Decimate Refugee Resettlement Program

Oct 24, 2017

"Slamming the door on refugees, immigrants and asylum seekers is not a sign of strength.”

SLIDESHOW: Advocates Rally at the #NoMuslimBanEver March

Oct 19, 2017

By the morning of Wednesday, October 18, two federal judges had already blocked the Trump administration’s latest travel restrictions from going into effect. But that didn’t stop the nearly 1,000 advocates and activists from showing up to voice their opposition to the repeated attempts to ban refugees and travelers from Muslim-majority countries.

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