The AFSC's NC Immigrant Rights Program has been involved in an effort to monitor immigrant-related bills at the state legislature, promote pro-immigrant bills and fight anti-immigrant initiatives, including the NC House Select Committee on the State's Role in Immigration Policy. Together with our allies, we are releasing the following petition to make it clear to our representatives that we oppose any efforts to alienate and harm our immigrant brothers and sisters, especially an Arizona/ Alabama type regressive immigration law.
AFSC Immigrant Rights Program provides legal services to detaineed immigrants and organizes those who are affected by detention and deportation. This page contains various information sheets pertaining to immigration detention in NJ, such as fact sheets, directory, detention report form, etc.
Colorado Senate Bill 90 (SB 90) is a 2006 state law which requires local law enforcement to report anyone arrested, for any offense, who is suspected of being an undocumented immigrant to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
This pamphlet, in English and Spanish, describes how SB 90 works, its negative effects, and suggested remedies. The pamphlet was created by Coloradoans for Immigrant Rights, a project of AFSC Colorado.
At left, Jordan Garcia, AFSC Colorado Immigrant Ally Organizing Director, and Gerardo act out a flowchart depicting the connections between various aspects of immigrant detention. They do so at a meeting of Coloradoans for Immigrant Rights (CFIR), a project of AFSC.
Monday, February 6, 2012 - 6:00pm
Bring a love poem or love letter for Justice to share OR a valentine for someone interned! If YOU know someone being detained at the Aurora Immigrant Detention Facility, please send us their name and a message to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll make them a personal Valentine from you! Please contact Jordan Garcia (
Lori Chesser is a Senior Shareholder with the Davis Brown Law Firm, and chair of its Immigration Department. As chair of the Iowa Immigration Education Coalition, she is committed to providing factual information and education regarding immigration law and policies for community members, the press and political leaders. She is a frequent speaker and contributor on this topic both locally and nationally.
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