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Immigrants' Rights

The ACLU has been one of the nation's leading advocates for the rights of immigrants, refugees, and non-citizens, challenging unconstitutional laws and practices and countering the myths upon which many of these laws are based. The fundamental constitutional protections of due process and equal protection embodied in our Constitution and Bill of Rights apply to every "person" and are not limited to citizens.

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Utah Immigrant and Refugee Rights and Resources >>

Remick v. Utah (2016)

18 July 2017 Published in La ACLU de Utah en español

2017 Bill of Rights Breakfast Celebration

15 May 2017 Published in Past Events

Community Lobby Training

31 January 2017 Published in Past Events

#RaceMatters2016

25 March 2016 Published in Past Events

Community Lobby Training

09 February 2016 Published in Past Events

Youth Leadership and Activism Conference

12 January 2016 Published in Past Events

2015 Legislative Report

14 June 2015 Published in Legislative Reports

ACLU of Utah 2013 - 2014 Annual Report

09 December 2014 Published in Annual Reports

Uroza v. Salt Lake County (2014)

04 August 2014 Published in Resolved Cases