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Statement on the Supreme Court decision in Trump v. Hawaii

We at Her Justice join immigrant communities, business leaders, and many people across the United States in expressing disappointment at this week’s Supreme Court decision in Trump v. Hawaii.

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Sessions' recent decision regarding asylum for domestic violence survivors

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Get Red-y!

The Her Justice annual Red Party is Wednesday, July 18th! Join the Her Justice Junior Advisory Board and Event Committee at City Winery for a night of food, drinks, awesome raffle prizes, hula-hooping fun, and more!

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Thank you for attending our 2018 Annual Photography Auction & Benefit!

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Browse Our 25th Anniversary Timeline

See how the world has changed since 1993, and how Her Justice has grown from just one determined attorney, to 34 staff members and 1,500 volunteers standing with women living in poverty in New York City.

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LIVE Legal Helpline!

The Her Justice Legal Help line operates Thursdays from 10 am to 1 pm. Calls are answered by trained staff and volunteers. All eligible clients will speak with a Her Justice attorney within 24 hours.

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Her Justice is a nonprofit organization that provides free legal help to women living in poverty in New York City.

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Her Justice provides free legal help to women living in poverty in New York City. We evaluate each request for legal assistance on an individual basis. Our general criteria are set out below. We weigh many factors and will take extraordinary circumstances into consideration when determining a woman’s financial eligibility for our help. If in doubt contact us.

Are you a woman or do you identify as one? If you do you may be eligible for free legal help.
Have a legal matter? An issue or problem relating to family, divorce or immigration law.
Do you live here? The Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens or Staten Island.
Meet income guidelines? Is your annual household income at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level Guidelines.

Statement on the Supreme Court decision in Trump v. Hawaii

We at Her Justice join immigrant communities, business leaders, and many people across the United States in expressing disappointment at this week’s Supreme Court decision in Trump v. Hawaii, one of the legal challenges to President Trump’s executive order that severely restricts travel from several majority Muslim countries to the United States.

 

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Statement on Family Separation

Her Justice stands for getting and keeping immigrant parents and their children together. We have embraced this priority since the founding of our immigration program over a decade ago. We abhor and condemn the policy of separating parents and children at the border as a clear human rights abuse.

 

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Our Response to Sessions’ Decision in the Matter of A-B-

Her Justice strongly denounces the recent decision In the Matter of A-B- written by Attorney General Jeffrey Sessions. The decision sharply limits the ability of survivors of domestic violence to flee their abusers when their home countries cannot or will not protect them from abuse in order to seek safe haven in the United States.

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Her Justice At Work: June 2018

Read our June Newsletter!

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