We envision a vibrant New Mexico where all people—regardless of immigration status—can achieve their full potential and are treated with dignity and respect.


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The current administration’s immigration policies—building a wall, deporting millions, and closing doors to those in need of protection, to name a few—are fundamentally at odds with the values of a nation in which all people have the opportunity to live in safety with the ones they love.

Now more than ever, we need your support in order to make our vision a reality.
Join us in our fight for justice for ALL New Mexicans.

HOW CAN YOU GET INVOLVED?


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NMILC is a social justice organization, connecting with strategic community partners to ensure our clients receive holistic support. Learn about our collaborative model.

We rely on people like you to make sure all New Mexicans have access to the justice they deserve.

  • $20 allows us to see if one child is eligible for a work permit or a permanent path
  • $100 enables one student to stay in the U.S. legally for 2 years
  • $500 funds one pro se workshop, where we can assist numerous people in filling out applications for work permits, DACA or citizenship
  • $750 enables a victim of domestic violence to get on a path to become a lawful permanent resident
  • $1000 prevents one child from being deported, and makes them eligible to become a lawful permanent resident

Your donation can be the difference between a deportation and a family that is able to stay together.

 

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Stories from Cibola

Stories from Cibola

If you drive about 90 miles from Albuquerque into the tiny town of Milan, NM, you'll come across a large complex surrounded by tall gates and barbed wire--the Cibola County Detention Center. Not long ago, Cibola was a private prison run by the infamous Corrections Corporations of America, or CCA,... more

Reflections on the Border: Part 3

Reflections on the Border: Part 3

This is the third of a three-part series sharing individual NMILC staff member's views related to border issues. Part 1 discussed a trip to a youth "shelter" located at the Mexico-US border, and Part 2 shared one employee's views from a tour of the border with a Customs and Border... more

Reflections on the Border: Part 2

Reflections on the Border: Part 2

In February, staff members from NMILC visited the Mexico-US border, touring a youth “shelter”, local processing center, and segments of the wall. This is the second of a three-part series sharing their thoughts about the experience; click here to read part 1. The views expressed herein are those of individual... more