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An initiative of:
AIC
AILA
AIRP
Ending Immigration Detention
Ending Immigration Detention

We are fighting for the end to immigration detention, which comes at great cost to families, communities, and taxpayers–and great profit to private prison companies.

Meet Our Volunteers
Meet Our Volunteers

"I reached out to a number of local and national organizations that I found in need of pro bono attorneys. Among the most responsive was the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and I realized that some of the most cutting edge and important work was being done by AILA and their partners through the Immigration Justice Campaign."

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Fighting together for a fair day in court

Only 14% of detained immigrants have an attorney. We are mobilizing attorneys nationwide to stand alongside immigrants in court. Watch our introduction video here.

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 In the News

A Small GA County Saw Its Hispanic Population Rise by Over 500% – Here’s Why It Matters
Atlanta Journal-Constitution, October 10, 2021

Why America Keeps Turning Its Back on Haitian Migrants
Vox, September 24, 2021

Georgia Among Worst States for Legal Representation for Immigrants, Report Finds
Atlanta Journal-Constitution, August 9, 2021

Immigration Court Backlogs No Excuse for Terse Decisions – 3rd Cir.
Reuters, July 26, 2021

ICE Detained CA Man 77 More Days Despite Deportation Relief
Fresno Bee (paywall), July 19, 2021

California Border County Votes to Fund Legal Aid for Migrants Facing Deportation
Newsweek, May 5, 2021

Pres. Biden Urged To Fulfill Promise To End For-Profit Immigrant Jails
Newsy, February 11, 2021

Deportation Would Mean Death for My Client. We’re Fighting for His Fair Shot at Asylum
Ms. Magazine (Op-Ed), December 15, 2020

Louisiana
This American Life, November 6, 2020

Lawyers say deportees to Cameroon would be flying on ‘death planes’
NBC News, October 31, 2020

After ICE Detention Center Whistleblower Report, Immigration Advocates Continue Calls for Shutting Down Detention Centers
Teen Vogue, September 16, 2020

First immigrant died in ICE custody in Texas from COVID
Houston Chronicle, September 3, 2020

Opinion: Cuban ICE detainee exposes unsafe Texas facilities, pleads for release to help battle coronavirus
Houston Chronicle (Op-Ed), May 19, 2020

Salvadoran man detained by ICE dies of COVID-19
ABC News, May 7, 2020

Immigrants Say ICE Phone Policies Restrict Counsel Access
Law360, May 5, 2020

Lawyers Petition to Spring Asylum Seekers From Detention Amid Houston COVID Surge
Daily Beast, June 26, 2020

Advocates warn of more immigrant deaths without ICE action
Associated Press, May 7, 2020

 Resources

Recorded Webinar:

Recorded Webinar: Help Asylum Seekers formerly subject to Remain in Mexico/MPP
Watch the recording of this Immigration Justice Campaign webinar to learn where MPP stands now and about different volunteer opportunities, for both attorneys and non-attorneys, to work with these individuals.
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Recorded Webinar:

Webinar: Remain in Mexico: An Update and How You Can Help
Watch the recording of our recent webinar on the “Remain in Mexico” or “MPP” program, and find out how you can take action today.
View Webinar and Take Action


Recorded Webinar:

Updates on Asylum: Six Months In to the Biden Administration
Watch the recording of our recent webinar on the current status of asylum in the U.S. and how you can support asylum seekers through the Justice Campaign.

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Recorded Webinar:

Alternatives to Detention: Community Support for Migrants Navigating the U.S. Immigration System
People don’t need to be locked up in detention while trying to navigate the complex U.S. immigration system. A better, more humane approach exists—often in people’s own communities. Join experts from the American Immigration Council and the Women’s Refugee Commission for a webinar on our extensive survey of service providers and accompanying fact sheet, “Community Support for Migrants Navigating the U.S. Immigration System.”
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Recorded Webinar:

What You Need to Know about President Biden’s Immigration Bill and Executive Orders
The Biden administration has begun to make significant changes to the U.S. immigration system, in an effort to repair the serious damage done under the previous administration. Hear the American Immigration Council’s experts summarize these changes and discuss their potential impact.
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Letter to the Biden Administration: Executive Action to Transform Interior Immigration Enforcement

The American Immigration Council and AILA are signatories of a January 18, 2021 letter which offers recommendations to the Biden administration related to enforcement against individuals present in the United States, including a moratorium on all deportations and interior enforcement.


Special Report:

The Impact of COVID-19 on Noncitizens and Across the U.S. Immigration System
This report by the American Immigration Council identifies disruptions throughout the immigration system because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Immigration Impact Blog

Find analysis on the latest immigration law and policy issues on Immigration Impact, the official blog of the American Immigration Council.

Think Immigration Blog

Find the latest blogs on topics related to asylum and removal defense on ThinkImmigration, the official blog of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA).

Tacoma Northwest Detention Center

1623 E J St, Tacoma, WA
Tacoma, WA 98421
Phone Number: (253) 396-1611

Denver Contract Detention Facility

3130 Oakland St
Aurora, CO 80010
Phone Number: (303) 361-6612

South Texas Family Residential Center

1925 TX-85
Dilley, TX 78017
Phone Number: (830) 378-6500

Port Isabel Service Detention Center

27991 Buena Vista Blvd
Los Fresnos, TX 78566
Phone Number: (956)-547-1700

Stewart Detention Center

146 Cca Rd
Lumpkin, GA 31815
Phone Number: (229) 838-5000

Elizabeth Detention Center

625 Evans St
Elizabeth, NJ 7201
Phone Number: (908) 352-3776

Where We Work

The Justice Campaign partners with legal service providers and pro bono representation projects nationwide that screen immigrant detainees and refer eligible cases to our nationwide network of pro bono attorneys.


Our Partners

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Fighting Together for a Fair Day in Court

Only 14% of detained immigrants have an attorney.
We are mobilizing attorneys nationwide to stand alongside immigrants in court.

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