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American Civil Liberties Union of New Mexico

ACLU is dedicated to preserving and advancing the civil rights and legal freedoms guaranteed by the US Constitution and the Bill of Rights.  ACLU is also here for our Border Rights

(505) 266-5915

Albuquerque Dreamers in Action on Facebook

not 1 more, stop deportations

 

Albuquerque Public Schools 

"Immigrant students Regardless of documented status" states the following:

APS schools shall not deny admission to a school age child on the basis of known, or suspected undocumented status.

Engage in any practice to deter or discourage the right of a student to attend public school.

Require students or parents/legal guardians to disclose or document their immigration status or make inquires that would expose their undocumented status or require social security numbers.

 

 

Albuquerque Public Schools

"Safe schools and Relations with Law Enforcement Authorities"  Immigration officials shall not be permitted to enter campus.

 

Catholic Charities

Comprehensive immigration assistance

(505) 724-4662

(505) 724-4631

Defend our Neighbors on Facebook

Defend our Neighbors is a New Mexico non-partisan grassroots effort formed to support all of our citizens (and even non-citizens)

 

El Centro

Based in Central New Mexico that works with Latino immigrant communities and allies to defend, strengthen, and advance the rights of our community.

(505) 246-1627

El Centro de la Raza on Facebook

The immigration series focuses on issues that affect our students and their families.

 

En Cuentro

Our mission is to transform NM into a thriving community for all of its residents.  We do this by engaging Latino immigrant families in educational opportunities that build skills for economic and social justice.

(505) 247-2920

Enlace Comunitario

We are a social justice organization led by Latino immigrants in Central New Mexico and located in Albuquerque.  Our efforts benefit the entire community by bringing awareness about the problem, engaging the community in a process to find to eliminate domestic violence and its root causes in formulating policies that enhance the rights of immigrants victims of domestic violence regardless of immigration status.

 

NM Center on Law and Poverty

We work with low-income New Mexicans to improve living conditions, increase opportunities and protect the rights of people living in poverty.

(505) 255-2778

NM Dreamers in Action on Facebook

Equal access to higher education in New Mexico for all students regardless of immigration status, a path to citizenship for DREAM-eligible students, and comprehensive immigration reform for our families.

 

NM Dream Team

We are a statewide network committed to create power for multi-generational, undocumented, and mixed families towards liberation.

 

NM Dream Team on Facebook

NM Dream Team on Facebook is a group of undocumented students and allies working in and alongside our community to inform and empower immigrant families and students.

 

NM Immigrant Law Center

Partners with community organizations to assist immigrants with legal representation enabling them to obtain lawful residence. Works with issues of deportation, asylum, and unaccompanied minors. Community partners include: ACE Leadership HS, Catholic Charities, El Centro de la Raza, El Centro de Igualdad y Derechos, Encuentro, Enlace Comunitario, Partnership for Community Action, Peanut Butter and Jelly Family Services, Pegasus Legal Services, Prosperity Works, RFK Charter School, Somos Un Pueblo Unido, South Valley Academy, and Young Children's Health Center

(505) 247-1023

Organizers in the land of Enchantment

OLE fights to enrich and empower New Mexicans working families.

(505) 796-6544

somos un pueblo unido

We work to build a community that does not discriminate against people based on their natural origin, that institutes humane migration policies, and that protects the human rights of everyone regardless of where they are born or what documents they carry. 

 

(505) 424-7832

The Mexican Consulate in Albuquerque

The Mexican Consulate in Albuquerque has established a Legal Defense Center that will be conducting "know your rights" workshops and will make attorneys available to Mexican citizens to ensure that their rights are not violated,particularly in cases of arrest, detention or deportation.

(505) 247-2147

1610 4th st., nw ABQ,NM

United we Dream Team

We organize and advocate for the dignity and fair treatment of immigrant youth and families, regardless of immigration status.

 

 

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