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The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) has created opportunities for individuals to get protection from deportation, among other benefits, if they have suffered abuse from a spouse or certain family members. This brief overview walks through the immigration eligibility and benefits involved with VAWA.
In ILRC’s A Platform for Immigrant Justice: Executive Action the Biden Administration Must Enact we outline bold, urgent and necessary policy solutions the Biden administration must enact to ensure immigration benefits are more equitable and accessible and that the work of dismantling the oppressive systems of enforcement, detention and surveillance begins.

Fighting Injustices

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In the first of a three-part Immigration Issues Explored series, ILRC Founder and General Counsel, Bill Ong Hing facilitated a conversation with staff attorney and immigrant-youth specialist, Rachel Prandini on the state of immigrants seeking asylum...

Liberian Refugee Immigration Fairness Act (LRIF) & FOIA

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The UndocuBlack Network is connecting potential Liberian Refugee Immigration Fairness (LRIF) applicants with vital information to ensure that as many individuals as possible apply before the December 2021 deadline. This webinar will detail special...

Resources for Non-Citizen Protesters

Civic Participation
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At this critical time when hundreds of thousands of people are taking to the streets to affirm that Black Lives Matter, the right to join in any type of protest is critical to a functioning democracy. Whether you are calling out institutional racism...

Public Charge: What the Immigrant Community in California Needs to Know

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Public Charge

During the COVID-19 pandemic, with shelter-in-place orders and social distancing protocols, it has become more difficult to reach the immigrant community to share information about immigration policies and access to resources. At the same time, given...

Family Preparedness Planning in California

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Immigrant Youth

This free recorded webinar will arm immigration advocates with the information they need to help immigrant families make a plan for their children if they are unable to care for them due to detention and/or deportation. It will feature California...

Choosing an Immigration Representative: How to Avoid Fraud

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This resource is ideal for individuals who work directly with the immigrant community to raise awareness about immigration provider fraud prevention. In this one-hour video, staff attorney Erin Quinn discusses protections available under California...

Many undocumented immigrants are now eligible for Medi-Cal. This bilingual, two-sided flyer is meant to provide a quick overview of eligibility and key notes regarding the healthcare benefit. Included are also links for identifying registration directories as well as a national directory for free or low-cost immigration legal services.