Applications close December 3rd!
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The Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition is seeking a detail-oriented individual who can facilitate the joint development of a statewide undocumented support program known as UndocuHub. This position involves working closely with the Legal… Read More
Despite the session being paused and then shortened due to the coronavirus pandemic, we still managed a series of wins in legislation! We passed many key bills to support immigrants in Colorado, including SB20-083 which prohibits ICE from making courthouse arrests. We also gained traction with our campaigns for data privacy and the establishment of a Colorado Immigrant Legal Defense Fund, and killed an anti- immigrant bill run by Representative Williams! Read More
Denver, CO - A whistleblower from the Irwin County immigration detention center in Georgia reports a variety of medical abuses perpetrated against immigrant detainees by ICE officials including forced hysterectomies and “jarring medical neglect” during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. CIRC condemns these atrocities and calls for justice for detained immigrants, the immediate shutdown of every detention center, and an end to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
Today, the Supreme Court announced a 5-4 ruling on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program cases, ruling that Trump’s decision to rescind the DACA program was arbitrary and capricious. The Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition will hold a virtual press conference in response to the breaking news: The Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition (CIRC) – representing 90+ organizations across the state – released the following statement Read More
Press Advisory: ** seguido en español ** Date: 6/18/2010Contact: Cristian Solano-Córdova | (720) 434-4632 | firstname.lastname@example.orgSupreme Court Sides with DACA Recipients, Providing Relief for Immigrant Youth and Their Families This decision emphasizes that DACA is right, and that for… Read More
SB18-108 modifica los requisitos establecidos en SB13-251 para permitir que las personas que no pueden demostrar su presencia legal en los EE. UU. (personas indocumentadas) obtengan una licencia de conducir, permiso de instrucción o tarjeta de identificación con un número de Seguro Social (SSN) en lugar de un Número de Identificación de Contribuyente Individual (ITIN) y renovar por internet. Esta ley está en vigencia desde el 1 de enero de 2019. Read More
When working with immigrant and refugee communities, check out these resources which include toolkits, informational pages and guides for the areas of Education, Employment, Health, Housing and Resettlement, Legal, and Safety. Read More