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Deplorable conditions at family detention center

By Esther Yu-Hsi Lee

A social worker has come forward to talk about the

Calling for 12 month extension for Vizguerra

Recently family, faith leaders, attorney and organizational leaders packed the lobby of the Meyer Law Office in

Message from Albuquerque: Native Lives Matter

By Kent Paterson

Most people probably don’t think of Albuquerque as a

More mass graves unearthed, but still no answers

By Deirdre Fulton

The search for 43 college students who vanished in the

Clarifying confusion around DACA work permits

New Mexico Immigrant Law Center is issuing the following advisory on behalf of the Listo NM Campaign because there is a lot of confusion surrounding certain DACA work permits (also known as employment authorization documents or “EADs”) that need to …
Posted On 28 Aug 2015

Ruling grants home care workers minimum wage

By Bryce Covert   A federal appeals court has reinstated a rule change that is meant to provide home care workers minimum wage and overtime protections. In 2013, the Department of Labor (DOL) announced that it would make changes to...
Posted On 28 Aug 2015

Level the playing field for communities of color

By Melissa Boteach   The combination of flat or declining wages and rising costs over recent decades has hit working families hard. According to an analysis from the Center for American Progress, incomes remained flat between 2000 and 2012...
Posted On 28 Aug 2015

Combating child smugglers in Central America

By Liamarie Quinde   Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador—which make up Central America’s Northern Triangle region—are three of the most dangerous countries in the world. San Pedro Sula, Honduras, for example, has been the world’s deadliest...
Posted On 28 Aug 2015