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Media statement: public charge rule puts immigrant survivors at risk

The administration’s new public charge rule puts immigrant families, including children, at risk if they use public programs to recover from, or escape abuse and meet basic needs like food, housing, and health care. AIS strongly opposes the rule which deters survivors of domestic violence or sexual assault from accessing critical protections they need to escape or recover from abuse.

take action: Speak Out Against Harmful Asylum Ban

The administration has announced the most restrictive asylum ban yet, barring anyone who approaches our southern border from receiving asylum, with few exceptions. Help us ensure that asylum protections are not stripped away from those leaving everything behind in search of safety. Submit a comment today telling the U.S. government that you oppose the new asylum ban!

Media statement: AIS Denounces Latest Attempt to End Asylum

“The administration’s new rule is a broadscale attack on asylum, a critical humanitarian protection that the U.S. is obligated to provide under inter-national law. The rule puts asylum seekers in further danger by returning them to countries that are not safe, where many have reported being tracked down by their persecutors.”



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