What are the immigrant rights? Civil Rights Laws – immigrants, regardless of their status, are protected from unlawful discrimination in employment, education, housing, and public accommodations (e.g., restaurants, hotels) on various bases, such as race, national origin, religion, sex, disability, and age.
What does the immigrant defense Project do? IDP’s community defense work is geared toward building the capacity of advocates and directly-impacted individuals to respond to criminal-immigration issues. We provide legal support to community-based organizations to help their base-building efforts and boost the advocacy power of their memberships.
Who is fighting for immigrants rights? For more than 25 years, the ACLU has been at the forefront of almost every major legal struggle on behalf of immigrants’ rights, focusing on challenging laws that deny immigrants access to the courts, impose indefinite and mandatory detention, and discriminate on the basis of nationality.
What are good research topics about immigration?
- Effects of illegal immigration on an economy.
- How immigrants assimilate into different new cultures.
- Types of discrimination that are faced by immigrants.
- Whether immigrants are coerced to abandon their culture to fit in their new country.