RMIAN Works to Ensure Justice at Denver International Airport and prepares for the profound and devastating impact of the current Executive Orders and those still to come. 

RMIAN will be teaming with the Colorado Lawyers Committee, the Immigration Law Section of the Colorado Bar Association, and the Center for Gender and Refugee Studies to offer a free legal training on Children's Asylum Law and Special Immigrant Juvenile Status. The training will take place in Downtown Denver on Friday, February 24. The training description, schedule, and registration information can be found here.

Boulder Weekly covers RMIAN's work: "Immigration Detention in Colorado Nearly Doubles." RMIAN is working with the almost 400 Haitian nationals currently being held in Aurora.

Denver Westword puts RMIAN at the top of its list of "Ten Local Nonprofits That Will Need Help During a Trump Presidency."

Read RMIAN's Statement on the 2016 Presidential Election Here.  We Believe Justice for Immigrants Means Justice for All.

RMIAN Responding to Rapid Expansion at Aurora Detention Center. The number of individuals detained at the immigration detention center in Aurora, Colorado, has nearly doubled since the beginning of October 2016. RMIAN is struggling to maintain its existing legal services to the increasing number of vulnerable asylum seekers in detention in Colorado, including hundreds of Haitians. Please consider supporting RMIAN's work for justice here.

 

 

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The Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network (RMIAN) works to ensure justice for men and women in immigration detention and for immigrant children who have suffered from abuse, neglect, or violence.

Our Mission

RMIAN is a nonprofit organization that serves low-income men, women, and children in immigration proceedings. RMIAN promotes knowledge of legal rights, provides effective representation to ensure due process, works to improve detention conditions, and promotes a more humane immigration system, including alternatives to detention.

Our Values

We believe that justice for immigrants means justice for all. We respect the needs and celebrate the contributions of the individuals and communities that we serve. We believe our clients are equal partners in accessing justice. We value respect for all human beings, regardless of race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, or legal status. We believe in valuing and respecting the contributions of our board, staff, and volunteers. We believe in a working environment that fosters personal and professional growth and strives for excellence.

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