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2020 Hasn’t Stopped Our Volunteers From…

  • Assisting 308 detained people in their fights for freedom

  • Sending 1,941 messages to Congress advocating for the release of detained individuals from ICE custody

  • Serving as translators to 44 clients in 7 languages
  • COVID-19 Updates

    The COVID-19 pandemic is having profound impacts on the immigration detention system and the immigration courts. On this page you will find updates related to detention, release from detention, the operation of the immigration courts, and legal arguments related to COVID-19.

    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.

    Meet Our Volunteers

    "As an up and coming immigration attorney I was looking for opportunities to do meaningful pro bono work. Upon suggestion of a mentor I signed up for Immigration Justice Campaign. It was very clear from the beginning that Campaign’s platform was designed by experts."

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     Resources

    Upcoming Webinar:

    Hope and Challenges for Asylum Seekers Under the Biden Administration

    Join experts from the American Bar Association, American Immigration Council, Immigration Justice Campaign, and Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network as we discuss what we know, and what we envision may happen for asylum seekers at the southern border and in U.S. immigration prisons in 2021 — as well as ways to get involved and help.


    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.
    Read More


    Recorded Webinar

    Learn about the journey many Black Africans make to the U.S. to escape persecution, and the journey some are forced to make back via deportation
    From Africa to Deportation: Black Africans Confront the U.S. Asylum System


    Ways to Advocate

    We have ways for you to get involved today. Click here for tools to engage in a range of advocacy actions.


    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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