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Supporting Immigrant Communities in the Yakima Valley

Advocacy Alerts

Keep Washington Working

Designed to help minimize the amount of deportations in the State of Washington, the Keep Washington Working Act disentangles the government of the State from the Federal government for immigration enforcement purposes. It effectively guarantees that he State will not play an active part in helping remove people from the United States. Initially proposed last year by Senator Wellman, the bill is well supported among the immigrant rights community. Learn more

Real ID

Have you been issued a “Federal Limits Apply” Drivers License or ID Card from the Department of Licensing and want to let more about the restrictions surrounding its use?  Learn more on our Real ID page.

Bus Travel and Customs Border Patrol

Please prepare any family members and friends who may be traveling by bus  – so they know their rights!  Learn more about CBP and Bus Travel & Know Your Rights during Travel.

 

Upcoming Events

Immigrant Youth Convening
February 16-18, Yakima
Organized by the Washington Immigrant Solidarity Network (WAISN)
Learn more and Register

 

What Does YIRN Do?

Support our Immigrant Communities through:

 

Upcoming Trainings

Raid Response Verifiers Training in Yakima Valley

We are planning several upcoming Verifier Trainings in Yakima and the Lower Valley in the coming months. If you want to attend, please contact us.

 

News

ICE Detention puts lives on hold – Yakima Herald Republic – Dec 6, 2018

Editorial: Valley’s legal immigrants will be hurt by ‘public charge’ changes – Yakima Herald Republic – November 24, 2018

 

Know Your Rights … if stopped in your car


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ICE Raid Hotline

If you see activities that might be an ICE raid, call the WAISN hotline number to report!

1-844-RAID-REP

(1-844-724-3737)

 

Use this Hotline to report Active ICE Raids and suspected immigration detention activity in Washington State.

The WAISN  hotline is staffed by volunteers between 6:00 am and 9:00 pm.