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México no debe adoptar más acuerdos bilaterales con EEUU que vulneren el derecho a solicitar y recibir asilo

Sign-on Letter
Dec 18, 2023

Carta pública dirigida a la Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores de México, Alicia Báracena para hacer un llamado para que México no acepte ningún acuerdo adicional con Estados Unidos que incremente expulsiones de personas, desde ese país a territorio mexicano, transgrediendo aún más el derecho a solicitar y recibir asilo y exponiendo a las personas en situación de movilidad a abusos y violaciones a derechos humanos.

Mexico Should Refrain from Adopting Bilateral Agreements with the U.S that Violate the Right to Seek Asylum

Sign-on Letter
Dec 18, 2023

We joined an open letter addressed to the Secretary of Foreign Affairs of Mexico, Alicia Báracena, urging the Mexican government to refrain from agreeing to more migrant expulsions from the United States in light of restrictive, anti-asylum proposals being considered by the U.S. Congress.

Selling Out LGBTQ Immigrants Will Result in the Death of Queer and Trans Asylum Seekers

Sign-on Letter
Dec 14, 2023

CGRS joined 40 LGBTQ+ and immigrant rights organizations in a letter to Congress and President Biden, urging them to reject legislative proposals that would gut asylum protections for LGBTQ+ refugees.

Organizaciones a lo largo de las Américas condenan la expansión del Título 42 para personas venezolanas y la crisis humanitaria regional que se ha exacerbado como resultado

Sign-on Letter
Nov 01, 2022

This letter condemns the Biden administration's expansion of Title 42 and calls on the United States and all signatory countries of the Los Angeles Declaration to reverse course and ensure the humane reception of Venezuelans and others seeking safety in the region.

Civil Society Organizations Across the Americas Condemn US Government Expansion of Title 42 and Regional Restrictions to Asylum Access; Sound the Alarm on Growing Humanitarian Crisis

Sign-on Letter
Nov 01, 2022

This letter condemns the Biden administration's expansion of Title 42 and calls on the United States and all signatory countries of the Los Angeles Declaration to reverse course and ensure the humane reception of Venezuelans and others seeking safety in the region.

Joint Letter to Presidents Biden and Lopez Obrador, and Prime Minister Trudeau

Sign-on Letter
Jan 09, 2023

We joined a letter to President Biden, President Lopez Obrador, and Prime Minister Trudeau, urging them to fulfill the commitment made in the LA Declaration on Migration and Protection and center human rights, humanitarian protection, and access to asylum for individuals fleeing persecution.

Carta conjunta a los presidentes Biden y López Obrador y al primer ministro Trudeau

Sign-on Letter
Jan 09, 2023

Nos unimos a una carta al presidente Biden, al presidente López Obrador y al primer ministro Trudeau, pidiendo que cumplir el compromiso asumido en la Declaración de Los Ángeles sobre Migración y Protección y centrar los derechos humanos, la protección humanitaria y el acceso al asilo.