NIJC is looking good and working harder than ever
Have you seen our new website? NIJC’s new look comes with a renewed commitment to fight for justice and defend the rights of everyone in our communities. Our new design not only looks better, but is more organized so you can find information to be informed about immigration issues, resources to help you and your familiy navigate the immigration system, and ways you can get more involved in the immigrant rights movement. Visit NIJC’s new website.
NIJC stands with immigrants and refugees in America’s continuing fight for justice
NIJC always has and always will fight for the rights of immigrant families even against challenging odds. We continue to stand with the individuals and families who have contributed to our society for years, and help as many people as we can obtain lawful status. We stand with the immigrants who make our nation strong. Read NIJC’s full response to the election results.
As we prepare for a new administration, read four things immigrants and their families should know right now.
Everyone in the United States, including undocumented immigrants, has rights under the U.S. Constitution. Make sure you know your rights and exercise them.
Former immigration judges condemn mass incarceration of immigrants
A dozen former immigration judges and 230 civil and immigrant rights organizations, including NIJC, told the Department of Homeland Security to stop the mass jailing of immigrants and demanded true detention reform. Read more.
Open jobs at NIJC
Are you ready to be on the front lines in the fight for immigrant rights? Join our staff team at NIJC. Open positions include: communications coordinator, executive coordinator, paralegal, and internships. View open jobs at NIJC.
Save the Date: Giving Tuesday is November 29
Have you been asking yourself lately what you can do to help and how you can give back? Giving Tuesday is the perfect opportunity. Giving Tuesday is a global day of giving that was created five years ago and has become a holiday season tradition on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving. This year, NIJC’s Giving Tuesday goal is to raise enough to connect 80 immigrant children with lawyers. Save the date for Giving Tuesday on November 29!