News Releases | February 26, 2021

On Federal Legislation Creating a Path to Citizenship for Frontline Immigrant Workers

The Citizenship for Essential Workers Act is a testament to the movement for immigrant rights.

News Releases | February 19, 2021

Statement on the Introduction of the U.S. Citizenship Act of 2021

The following is a statement from Rebecca Dixon, executive director of the National Employment Law Project on the introduction of(…)

News Releases | February 5, 2021

NELP Urges Senate to Include All Immigrants in COVID Relief Package

We need a relief package to build a strong, unified recovery rather than a fragmented, exclusionary, and ineffective one.

News Releases | June 18, 2020

NELP Applauds SCOTUS Ruling Denying Trump Administration’s Attempt to End DACA

NELP joins in solidarity with immigrant communities who are organizing against the deportation apparatus and for long-term reform.

News Releases | April 24, 2020

On Trump Administration’s Proclamation Temporarily Suspending Immigration  

This move tries to distract from the administration’s incompetent and inadequate response to the pandemic.

News Releases | October 10, 2018

On the Trump Administration’s Proposal to Limit Immigration Through the Public Charge Rule

The proposal is yet another administration effort to exclude immigrants and advance a racist, xenophobic agenda.

News Releases | June 21, 2018

Ohio Immigration Raids Will Deter Workers From Speaking Up Against Dangerous Conditions

Three workers were maimed or killed in the targeted plants in the past six months.

News Releases | June 19, 2018

Trump Administration’s Shameful Policy of Separating Children From Parents

America should be protecting families and upholding our nation’s ideals of decency and respect for human rights.

News Releases | May 17, 2018

On President Trump’s Reference to Undocumented Immigrants as ‘Animals’

“President Trump’s description of undocumented immigrants yesterday as ‘animals’ marks yet another sad and shameful moment in this president’s tenure.”

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