On June 18, 2020, the Supreme Court of the United States held 5-4 that the decision by the DHS to terminate DACA was reviewable in federal court and also “arbitrary and capricious” under the Administrative Procedure Act (APA).Learn more.
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Advocacy | August 6, 2020
On Thursday, August 6, ILC Policy Staff Attorney Alexis Steele testified in front of the Nebraska Unicameral’s Business and Labor Committee in support of LB 667 which will provide protections for meat packing workers, many of whom are immigrants. Read her testimony below or click here to see the full letter with references. My … Continue reading "Testimony in Support of LB 667 and Protections for Meat Packing Workers"FULL STORY>
Advocacy | June 25, 2020
Dear Friends, Immigrant Legal Center’s mission is welcoming immigrants into communities with high-quality legal services, education, and advocacy. We are committed to welcoming and inclusivity work, intentionally striving for a world where Black lives matter, no person is illegal, and no human being is superior to another. Right now, our country is having a long … Continue reading "Racism and the US Immigration System"FULL STORY>
Media Release | June 23, 2020
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Cailan Franz, Director of Development & Communications email@example.com 402.884.0416 Permanent Protections and Pathway to Citizenship Needed Following SCOTUS Decision on DACA Community groups offer advice for DACA recipients, advocacy next steps Omaha, NE – On Tuesday, June 23, immigration legal service providers, advocacy groups, and Nebraska State Senator Tony Vargas … Continue reading "Permanent Protections and Pathway to Citizenship Needed Following SCOTUS Decision on DACA"FULL STORY>