Keep Tucson Together progress report

Keep Tucson Together volunteers have assisted hundreds of Pima County residents to become citizens—four hundred in the last year alone. Others have kept their families together by attaining Lawful Permanent Residency. Our volunteers have assisted more than three thousand DACA applicants and provided legal-representation packets to hundreds of people around Arizona. The KTT project currently represents eighty people in Cancellation of Removal proceedings, sixty clients appealing their sentences, and another sixty people applying for asylum. Additionally, there are over 330 cases, once covered in the past, that are now at risk of being reopened. In Pima County the federal immigration courts are reopening cases closed under the Obama administration at the rate of fifteen per day. Continue reading Keep Tucson Together progress report

Come canvass with us!

To get out our message that Humanitarian Aid Is Never A Crime, we’re aiming to put out thousands of yard signs around the county before trials of our volunteers start in early 2019.  Come join us!  We’ll be door-knocking supporters, telling them about the cases and asking them to put a sign in their yard to show their support.

REGISTER FOR UPCOMING CANVASSES

No previous experience with No More Deaths necessary.  Bring a buddy or come on your own.  Contact our campaign coordinator with questions.