Topic: Advocacy

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Dec 21, 2023

Understanding New York’s Migrant “Crisis” — and How to Help

Dec 21, 2023

A bus, carrying the migrants from Texas, arrives in Port Authority bus station in New York. HIAS experts say New York isn't facing a "migration crisis", but a lack of coordination and resources. HIAS is helping new arrivals, and you can too.

Dec 13, 2023

Asylum is at Risk in the U.S. It’s Time to Take Action.

Dec 13, 2023

Asylum is at Risk in the U.S. It’s Time to Take Action. Negotiations around funding for humanitarian and refugee programs are being tied to policies that could restrict asylum in the U.S. for years to come.

Nov 20, 2023

HIAS Remembers the Late Rosalynn Carter and Her Work for Refugees

Nov 20, 2023

HIAS Remembers the Late Rosalynn Carter and Her Work for Refugees HIAS mourns the death of Rosalynn Carter and praises the former First Lady for her work on behalf of refugees. 

Nov 8, 2023

For Asylum Seekers, CBP One App Poses Major Challenges

Nov 8, 2023

A person hold their cellphone, displaying an error message on the CBP One App. The message reads: Despite challenges posed by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection app, CBP One has become key to the Biden Administration's border management policy.

Sep 29, 2023

HIAS Praises Biden Administration for Maintaining Robust Refugee Admissions Goal

Sep 29, 2023

HIAS Praises Biden Administration for Maintaining Robust Refugee Admissions Goal HIAS welcomes the Biden administration’s announcement that the U.S. refugee admissions ceiling will remain at 125,000 for Fiscal Year 2024, maintaining the level of the Presidential Determination (PD) from the previous two years.  

Aug 2, 2023

HIAS Stands With People of Pittsburgh Following Tree of Life Sentencing

Aug 2, 2023

HIAS Stands With People of Pittsburgh Following Tree of Life Sentencing Nearly five years after a mass murder targeted Jews, HIAS remains resolved to work toward a more just society and in solidarity with all communities afflicted with hate.

Jul 27, 2023

Beyond the Border: The Regional Effects of the U.S. Asylum Ban

Jul 27, 2023

Migrants, most from Haiti, prepare to depart a base camp towards the infamous Darien Gap while on their journey towards the United States on October 07, 2021 at Las Tekas, Colombia. | Beyond the Border: The Regional Effects of the U.S. Asylum Ban | HIAS The Biden administration’s asylum ban has had a profound impact not only at the U.S.-Mexico border but throughout the entire Latin America and Caribbean (LAC) region, where HIAS operates over 70 field offices across 11 countries.

Jul 5, 2023

Greek Asylum Case Law Report Issue 1/2023 Released

Jul 5, 2023

Greek Asylum Case Law Report Issue 1/2023 Released The new issue of the Greek Asylum Case Law Report released today provides excerpts from 99 decisions by administrative, civil and criminal courts, the Independent Appeals Committees and the Asylum Service, exclusively issued in the first half of 2023.

May 24, 2023

Jewish Californians Gather to Advocate for Refugees 

May 24, 2023

Attendees make their way to advocacy meetings during JPAC Capitol Summit in Sacramento, California on May 10, 2023. | Jewish Californians Gather to Advocate for Refugees | HIAS In mid-May, over 300 activist leaders from across California convened at JPAC Capitol Summit to advocate on issues of concern to their communities. Extending case management for refugees, a goal aligned with Jewish history and values, was one of the summit’s major priorities.

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