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On November 30, the National Immigrant Justice Center released a report detailing the lack of access to legal counsel for asylum seekers detained at the private for-profit Cibola County Correctional Center, located in Cibola New Mexico. The report details the systemic violation of immigrants due process rights and abuses people face while in custody at Cibola, and how similair conditions exist in immigratio jails across the country.  Read the full report.

Reporters wrote about the report and interviewed the non-profit organizations trying to meet the he exorbitant need to help asylum seekers in Cibola. He survived bullets and jail in Cameroon, only to be jailed again in NM while awaiting asylum (12/3/2017)

New Mexico in Depth: "A black hole of due process" in New Mexico (12/1/2017)