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Feb 7, 2024
France: New asylum and immigration law adopted after a broad censure of almost half the provisions by the Constitutional Council
This position note analyzes the provisions relating to family immigration initially included in the Darmanin law of January 26, 2024 "to control immigration and improve integration," which were set aside after a broad censure of the law by the French Constitutional Council.
Oct 17, 2023
Central American Families File Motion to Dismiss Lawsuit Challenging CAM Program
Last night, six Central American parents represented by the International Refugee Assistance Project (IRAP) filed a motion to dismiss Texas v. Biden, a lawsuit attempting to shut down a critical family reunification program. This motion argues that states don’t have legal standing to challenge CAM because they are not harmed by the reunification of immigrant families.
Sep 26, 2023
2022 Text-to-Give Fellow Alexandra Zaretsky’s Year One Reflections: Challenging Anti-Muslim Immigration Policies and Reuniting Refugee Families
2022 Fellow Alexandra Zaretsky recently shared a recap of the first year of her Equal Justice Works Fellowship at the International Refugee Assistance Project. Alexandra’s work was funded by donations made during the Text-to-Give campaign at the 2022 Scales of Justice event.
Jun 20, 2023
On World Refugee Day, Calls for Biden Administration to Accelerate Family Reunifications
On a press call held to commemorate World Refugee Day, Congressman Ted Lieu joined advocates, experts, and affected individuals to highlight the tens of thousands of separated refugee families waiting to reunite in safety and called on the Biden administration to make family reunification pathways more efficient, more equitable, and more transparent.