Marking 45 years in 2016, the National Immigration Project has persistently promoted justice and equality of treatment in all areas of immigration law, the criminal justice system, and social policies related to immigration. We provide technical assistance and support to legal practitioners, immigrant communities, community-based organizations, and all advocates seeking to advance the rights of noncitizens. Since its founding, the National Immigration Project has served as a progressive source for cutting-edge, advocacy-oriented legal support on issues critical to immigrant rights. Our success is built upon the membership and tax-deductible contributions of thousands of supporters nationwide.
Groups Settle Lawsuit Challenging Failure of U.S. CBP to Timely Respond to FOIA Requests
Federal district court dismissed class action suit. (October 7, 2016)
Good news! A Victory for Due Process for Immigrants
Today the 10th Circuit joined the 9th, 6th, and 7th Circuits in finding that 16(b) crime of violence is void for vagueness. Skyler Anderson is counsel, and NIPNLG is amicus. (September 19, 2016)
The Supreme Court Creates New Uncertainty Over Whether “INA” – Referenced “Crime of Violence” Definition Excludes Reckless Conduct. Read our latest Practice Advisory on Voisine v. U.S.
2016 Crimes and Immigration Seminar in New York City
An Advanced CLE for Immigration and Criminal Practitioners.
For details, visit nipnlg.org/seminars.html
Join the National Immigration Project and gain access to Listservs, Technical Assistance, and receive a $200 discount on Kurzban's Immigration Law Sourcebook, 15th ed.
We have listings of lawyers nationwide who specialize in immigration law, and who are members of the National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild.