Resource Hub: Immigration

Southeast Asian refugees are three to four times more likely to be deported on the basis of an old criminal conviction compared to other immigrants. SEARAC’s immigration work uplifts the rights of our Southeast Asian American families to stay together and champions the value of second chances. We fight to change outdated immigration laws that make it almost impossible for many families to fight deportation.

Immigration

Resources & toolkits
Dreams Detained, in her Words: The effects of detention and deportation on Southeast Asian American women and families
September 25, 2018

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News
Statement: Trump Administration Refugee Cap Threatens America’s Humanitarian Legacy
September 19, 2018

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Immigration
Take Action: SEARAC Calls on Lawmakers to Reject HR 6691 Community Safety and Security Act of 2018
September 6, 2018

Immigration

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Join Us: Civil Rights Groups to Launch Report on Detention and Deportation Effects on Southeast Asian American Families
September 5, 2018

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SEARAC Denounces Visa Sanctions against Laos and Myanmar 
July 11, 2018

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SEARAC Condemns Supreme Court Decision on Trump’s Hateful Muslim Travel Ban
June 27, 2018

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Action Alert: SEARAC Denounces Congressional Efforts to Dismantle Family Immigration and Increase Deportations
June 19, 2018

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Statement: AAPIs Beyond Bars Coalition Members Oppose FIRST STEP Act as Short-Sighted Policy
May 25, 2018

Immigration

Resources & toolkits
Getting Pro-Bono Legal Help
May 17, 2018

Immigration

News
Community Advisory on Recent Class Action Lawsuit to Stop Vietnamese Detentions
May 2, 2018