Curran Berger and Kludt News
Remote Immigrant Assistance Project in 2019 Overview
To date, we have worked on 43 cases for EPIC and 160 cases for Raices. This past week, we surpassed 200 cases! This took a...
Curran Berger and Kludt News
Attorney Kludt lectured at the University of Massachusetts Amherst on Asylum and Detention at the Southern Border
Attorney Megan Kludt guest lectured at the University of Massachusetts Amherst for an honors course titled "American Struggles: Immigration and Mass Incarceration" on December 5th. ...
Curran, Berger & Kludt News
Attorney Megan Kludt Discusses Protecting Transgender Asylum Seekers at US-Mexico Border on WGBY
Attorney Megan Kludt was interviewed by WGBY about her work with the Immigrant Protection Project of Western MA to help protect transgender asylum seekers at the...
Curran, Berger & Kludt News
Attorney Megan Kludt Quoted by the Daily Hampshire Gazette
Attorney Megan Kludt was quoted in an article in the Daily Hampshire Gazette for her work with IPP to protect asylum seekers detained at the...
Current Events
Trump orders DHS not to let immigrant caravans into US
President Donald Trump has ordered the Department of Homeland Security to prevent caravans of immigrants from Mexico to the U.S., reports Brett Samuels for The Hill. President...
Immigration News
US States Deploying National Guard to US / Mexico Border
The BBC reported on April 7, 2018, that both Texas and Arizona are deploying National Guard members to the US border with Mexico. New Mexico and...
Current Events
U.S. Senate Budget Bill Passed March 23, 2018 Does Not Include Protections for Dreamers
Lauren Gambino and Ben Jacobs reported for The Guardian on the recent $1.3 trillion budget bill that passed the U.S. Senate on March 23, 2018. In their article,...
US / Mexico Border
New York Times – Deported from the Middle of Nowhere: At an Immigrant Detention Center, Due Process Denied
Artesia
Week in Artesia, New Mexico