The ILRC's newsletter, The Immigrant Advocate, is published bi-annually. Each edition of The Immigrant Advocate features articles about ILRC’s current work in advancing immigrant rights. ILRC’s Annual Report provides an overview of our previous year and includes our financial position and highlights of the year’s focus.
In this issue: The ILRC Champions Sanctuary for Immigrants; AB 103 | Victory Halts California Immigration Detention Center Expansion; Coverage of the 2017 Phillip Burton Immigration and Civil Rights Awards; and the 2016 Annual Report
In this issue: The ILRC outlines key priorities for 2017; Post-Conviction Relief and Protecting Constitutional Rights; Immigrants Benefit from California’s New Marijuana Reform; Harris County, TX: The “Deportation Capital” of the U.S.; California has the opportunity to lead the nation with dignity, not detention
In this issue: The ILRC Pushes Forward After a Disappointing Setback from the Supreme Court; 2016 Legislative Updates in California; New Americans Campaign Celebrates Fifth Anniversary with New Site; 2015 Annual Report
Immigration was one of the leading issues in our country in 2015. Animosity toward immigrants grew last year, and with it the threat of deportation and anti-immigrant policies. Thanks to our partners, allies, and the community, 2015 was a year we celebrated wins in our fight to advance immigrant rights. Read more in ILRC’s 2015 Annual Report.
In this issue: Immigrants Shape California Legislative Package; The other side of the immigration debate; Protecting Undocumented Youth in the Child Welfare System; ILRC Combats Unjust Immigration Enforcement
In 2014, the Immigrant Legal Resource Center (ILRC) celebrated its 35th anniversary. Together with the immigrant community and its partners, ILRC is battling the unjust immigration policies that further marginalize those who are often overlooked. Our efforts resonate with a deep commitment to help keep families together.
In this issue: Post-DACA Legislation Proposals; The ILRC Covers Ground in D.C.; Legislative Victories: A Cause for Cautious Celebration; The Wall: A Symbol of Inhumanity; The ILRC Helps Support Santa Clara County Immigrant Outreach Day; and much more!
The ILRC’s work is about far more than politics and immigration law. It is about keeping families and communities of all backgrounds where they rightfully belong–together. This compels the ILRC’s staff to remain focused on protecting the progress made in our field to date and to continue to call for greater protections for immigrants in our country. Read more on ILRC’s 2016 Annual Report.