La Agencia Pagará $1 Millón de Dólares y Tendrá que Cambiar Procedimientos a Nivel Nacional.
Twenty-two Latino victims of unlawful warrantless home raids by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) obtained a settlement today requiring new national policies for ICE agents conducting warrantless home operations and $1 million in damages and fees. In addition, eight men and women who were arrested during the raids have received either deferred action or termination of their immigration cases.
On March 11, LatinoJustice PRLDEF along with eighteen other civil and voting rights organizations sent a letter to Governor Robert F. McDonnell of Virginia urging him to veto SB 1256 and HB 1337 which will limit eligible voters' access on Election Day.
LatinoJustice Youth Leadership Network will stand with youth from across New York City to call for end to discriminatory policing.
The U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments on whether Arizona’s incessant drive to suppress its Latino population can make it impossible for newly naturalized citizens to register to vote by mail.
LatinoJustice Celebrates the Confirmation
of Former Staff Attorney Jenny Rivera to the
New York State Court of Appeals
El Senado de Nueva York debe de aprobar la nominación de Jenny Rivera ahora, y en forma abrumadora.
Stop Inventing Excuses - Jenny Rivera is very qualified to be on the state Court of Appeals
Statement by José Calderón, President of the Hispanic Federation,
regarding the NYS Senate Confirmation Hearing for Court of Appeals Nominee Jenny Rivera
Latinos leaders respond to the President's call for immigration reform.
Latino and Asian American Groups Tell Supreme Court Arizona Voter Law Harms Naturalized Citizens
Former LatinoJustice PRLDEF staff attorney Jenny Rivera has been nominated to sit on the New York State Court of Appeals by Governor Andrew M. Cuomo.
“I’m going home to my abuela’s this weekend; I hope I don’t get stopped….”