Venezuelan and Other TPS Leaders Join Sen. Van Hollen to Push for Permanent Solutions
Venezuelan, Haitian and Central American, business and faith leaders joined U.S. Senator Chris Van Hollen (D-MD) to discuss advancing the SECURE Act.
Immigrant Protesters Perform Jericho Walk Outside ICE HQ
As the country celebrates Passover and Holy Week, immigrants, clergy, & allies demand an end to deportations at ICE HQ.
Essential Workers to Rally Near Biden Speech, Supporting Recovery for ALL Workers
Workers to Biden: Invest in care; create a path to citizenship for millions of essential workers; and invest in green infrastructure to provide millions of good union jobs for those hit hardest by COVID PITTSBURGH — As President Joe […]
Press Release: TPS Recipients Demand Justice from U.S. Senate
In the wake of the Dream and Promise Act passing the House, hundreds of TPS recipients and allies marched from the DNC to the RNC calling for action from the Senate
CASA Applauds County Executive Ball for Ending ICE Agreement
Today, Howard County, is sending a message that immigrants are welcome and it will not play a role in their detention and deportation.
Major Immigrant Rights Bills Advance on Cusp of Crossover Deadline
All eyes on the Maryland Senate to move on the Trust Act, Dignity Not Detention Act, and MVA Data Protection Act.
Tenants Demand Emergency Eviction Protection
Marylanders facing homelessness demand emergency legislation to prevent mass evictions Annapolis, MD — This Friday as legislators debate their future, tenants facing eviction will erect a tent city on Lawyers Mall to underscore the immediate risk of homelessness facing hundreds […]
CASA Welcomes First Biden TPS Designation for Venezuela, Waits for Other Critical Announcements
“We hope this opens the door for more comprehensive immigration reforms and we continue to wait for other critical announcements of TPS for Cameroon, Guatemala, Haiti and more countries.”
CASA Lauds Introduction of H.R. 6 Dream and Promise Act
Fully integrating DACA and TPS holders – who have opened businesses, served in the US military, studied and gone to college, bought homes, and started families in the US – underscores that this country recognizes that they indeed belong here.
Maryland Immigrant Inclusive Tax Credit Passes General Assembly
“A victory for Maryland’s immigrant families! As this bill heads to Governor Hogan’s desk, he must sign it immediately.”