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Welcome Center Donation List from IRC

By Billie K. Fidlin, Director of Justice and Outreach Below find the current list of needs for the Welcome Center. Please consider and do what you can. The Welcome Center continues to serve up to 300 people per day with up to 170 staying overnight on their way to...

A Virtual Border Education Tour

Five local non-profit organizations based in Tucson, AZ are joining forces to create positive change. We strive to promote more humane immigration policies by exposing people to the realities of border issues through educational tours. AZJFON will enhance these...

Virtual Border Education and Anti-Racism Workshop

Arizona Justice for Our Neighbors (AZJFON) Virtual Border Education and Anti-Racism Workshop To register for an upcoming virtual trip, please contact Scott Morris at . AZJFON has developed a virtual version of our in-person Border Education...

“Due Process is Dying”

By: Ella Rawls Editor’s Note: On June 25, 2020, the Supreme Court ruled asylum seekers could not challenge their removal. What follows is a commentary on the case from Ella Rawls, Esq., Chair: DSC Immigration Task Force and attorney for Arizona Justice for Our...

Call To Action to Value our Immigrants

Call to Action to Value our Immigrants National Justice for Our Neighbors Responds to Trump Administration’s Immigration Suspension Last night, President Donald Trump signed a proclamation in an effort to temporarily suspend immigration into the United States....
JFON: 20 years of service to immigrants

JFON: 20 years of service to immigrants

Justice for Our Neighbors, which provides legal aid to low-income immigrants and educates communities about the U.S. immigration system, is celebrating its 20th anniversary. Warren Gill sat down with Rob Rutland-Brown, national executive director of JFON, for a question-and-answer session.

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