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NIJC has a new Chicago address at 111 W. Jackson Blvd, Suite 800, Chicago, IL 60604 and a new email domain at @immigrantjustice.org.

WELCOME ARRIVING MIGRANTS

NIJC is working closely with local partners to support asylum seekers & other immigrants arriving in Illinois by bus from Texas.
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Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Venezuelans

Information about what documents TPS applicants need to collect and how to schedule an appointment for NIJC legal services. For additional information about asylum and other NIJC services for migrants who have recently arrived in Chicago, visit our Welcome to Chicago page.

TAKE ACTION: Save Asylum!

Tell your members of Congress to reject extreme measures in spending negotiations that will make it impossible to seek safety in the United States and deport people back to danger. Take action to #SaveAsylum now!
Urgent Action Alert! Tell members of Congress: Save asylum and reject extreme anti-immigrant measures

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Chance to Come Home

Celebrating Vanessa Vaquiz Mendoza's return three years after her unjust deportation! See more about the campaign to Reunite families and communities and end unjust deportations. LEARN MORE!
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Welcome Arriving Migrants

NIJC is working closely with local partners to support asylum seekers and other immigrants arriving in Illinois.

Just the Beginning: Josue and Mayra's Stories

Josue and Mayra both fled their homelands and in the United States, found the support they needed to begin again and the courage to build new lives. WATCH THEIR STORIES.
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People receiving legal services each year
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success rate obtaining asylum
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years of setting legal precedent
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