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Oregon anti-poverty and immigrant rights advocates join the fight to stop Trump proposal to limit green cards for low income families

Oregon anti-poverty and immigrant rights advocates join the fight to stop Trump proposal to limit green cards for low income families Protect Oregon’s Immigrant Families is a network of organizations who are united in opposition to the Trump Administration’s proposal to expand the “public charge” definition, limiting green card access for families with lower incomes…. Read more »

Statement regarding I-9 audit and rumors of raids in NW Oregon

OIR’s admins at Causa are aware of rumors that ICE is preparing to conduct raids in the Portland Metro area. As of this time, we have no verified reports that these rumors are true. We encourage our community to stand together, remain calm, and seek to verify rumors before they are spread. When seeking legal… Read more »

January 2018 DACA update/Actualización sobre DACA del Enero, 2018

A January 9, 2018 decision in federal court halted the Trump administration’s plan to cancel DACA. USCIS is again accepting applications from DACA renewal applicants. For more information: Read USCIS’ guidelines here Get answers to Frequently Asked Questions here. ————————————————————————————————————————————– Una decisión en la corte federal en Enero del 2018 detuvo los planes de la administración de… Read more »

What to do if you Encounter ICE

Over the last few weeks, rumors have spread about Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICE) raids, immigration checkpoints, and other enforcement activity suspected of happening throughout Oregon. Recent changes to our nation’s immigration policy have undoubtedly caused fear and panic within Oregon’s immigrant communities. In January, President Trump issued two Executive Orders that affect immigrants and refugees…. Read more »

Supreme Court Issues Tied Ruling

Just now, the Supreme Court ruled that “an equally divided court” was unable to reach a decision on DAPA and Expansion of DACA. The injunction on both programs remains in place nationwide and the case returns to the conservative federal judge in Brownsville, TX, stalling deportation relief and work permits to 5 million undocumented people… Read more »