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Refugees International Joins 76 Organizations Calling on Congress to Oppose Protection Rollbacks for Asylum Seekers

Refugees International Joins 76 Organizations Calling on Congress to Oppose Protection Rollbacks for Asylum Seekers

Refugees International and 76 other organizations call on Congress in an advocacy letter to oppose any legislation that would expand the scale or length of immigrant family detention, overturn the child protection policies and laws currently governing the treatment of migrant children in custody, or undermine asylum protections. 

Refugees International Dismayed by U.S. Decision to End TPS Designation for Honduras

Refugees International Dismayed by U.S. Decision to End TPS Designation for Honduras

Refugees International is dismayed by Friday’s decision by the Secretary of Homeland Security, Kirstjen Nielsen, to terminate Temporary Protected Status (TPS) designation for Honduras on July 5, 2018. The fate of some 57,000 Hondurans currently living in the United States, as well as their estimated 53,000 American citizen children, is now in question.