Northwest Immigrant Rights Project keeps families together, protects survivors of violence, and stands up to injustice.
We believe that all people deserve the opportunity to access justice, safety, and the ability to stay together with the ones they love, no matter where they were born or how much money they have.
Along with AIC, NIP, and other partners, NWIRP has amended their class action lawsuit and temporary restraining order against the Trump Administration’s latest Muslim ban.
Read a statement from NWIRP executive director Jorge L. Barón on Judge Jones’s 5/17 ruling in NWIRP v. Sessions
Watch this free training about recent changes to immigration policy and how you can be a better ally for immigrants in our community, recorded at the Seattle Public Library.
Read a statement from NWIRP executive director Jorge L. Barón on President Trump’s latest Travel Ban, issued on March 6th.
We are thrilled to share good news on a case we are pursuing with partners challenging unjust policies by the federal government which impact asylum seekers.
When we heard people were being detained to be deported at SeaTac Airport, our staff sprung to action. Read one of our client’s stories.
This bilingual (English and Spanish) community advisory outlines our recommendations following the recent Presidential election for community members who have applied for DACA or who are interested in applying.