Northwest Immigrant Rights Project promotes justice through defending and advancing the rights of immigrants through direct legal services, systemic advocacy, and community education.
Each week, in immigration courts across the United States, hundreds of children come before immigration judges and are forced to represent themselves against deportation. Learn about our class-action lawsuit which seeks to ensure that these children have access to legal representation.
We are looking for individuals with a demonstrated commitment to immigrant rights and a passion for serving immigrants and refugees in need of legal services. If you feel that you might be a good fit, check out our open positions at the link below.
A 17-year-old boy was taken from high school by federal officials, wrenched away from his foster family, and locked up unlawfully in an adult detention center in Tacoma, Washington.
This video, produced for our 30th-anniversary gala, shows a few of the ways NWIRP impacts the lives of our clients.
The top Department of Justice official in charge of training immigration court judges believes children, even children as young as 3-years-old, can represent themselves in immigration court.
NWIRP continues to protect individuals from violence, keep families together, and change immigration policies on a national level. Here are a few highlights from another year of defending and advancing the rights of immigrants.
There are several upcoming free DACA clinics in February and March. Find out dates, locations, and how to register at the link below.