As of Monday, October 23, 2017, our address will change to:
4223 Center Street, Omaha, NE 68105.
You will find our new Omaha office on the 3rd floor of the building located on the southwest corner of 42nd and Center Streets with plenty of parking around the building (red arrows).
If you approach from the north or south, turn to the west onto Francis Street and then right (north) to get to the Center Street parking entrance. Our phone number remains the same.
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Please note: The building will be under construction for necessary renovations, but you will find access to the elevator to take up to the 3rd floor to see us.
We are excited to make this move to a space that will allow us to grow and continue to live out our mission.
More Than 350 Supporters Attended
Our third annual Food Truck World Tour was a success filled with a night of fun, music and laughter. Even though it was a hot evening, there was plenty of space around the food trucks and more than enough room to check the menus and stay cool. Our event inside the fabulous Okada Sculpture and Ceramics Facility of the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts was a spacious room for all of our guests to enjoy friends, food, beverages, and music. Read more…
Justice For Our Neighbors-NE, along with the American Immigration Lawyers Association, Weighs In on Standards the BIA should apply when Analyzing the Persecutor Bar and its needed Duress Defense.
August 22, 2017 — Justice For Our Neighbors-Nebraska (JFON), in partnership with the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), filed an Amicus Curiae (i.e. friend of the court) brief before the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) in Matter of Negusie, urging it to issue a decision adopting a duress exception to the persecutor bar and to clarify the necessary procedural safeguards for applying the bar. Read more…
JFON-NE condemns in the strongest possible terms the decision just made to end the DACA program.
Now, more than ever, we urge you to contact your members of Congress to call upon them to back the DREAM Act. Nearly 800,000 lives hang in the balance. Those affected by this decision are immigrant youth who have been brought to the U.S. as children, who are in school or who have graduated, and who have already been determined to pose no national security or public safety threat. They have grown up in this country, and are Americans in every sense of the word, except on paper. We must create a pathway out of the crises created by today’s decision.
If you are a DACA recipient (or an ally) and want to learn more about what you can do, attend Defending the Dream, an information and Q&A session Thursday, September 7 at 6:00 pm at College of Saint Mary Gross Auditorium.
Map of College of Saint Mary
RESOURCES FOR INFORMATION ON DACA CLOSING
Frequently Asked Questions: Rescission Of Deferred Action For Childhood Arrivals (DACA) (Dept. of Homeland Security)
What Do I Need to Know if the DACA Program Ends? (Immigrant Legal Resource Center)
Nebraska and DACA: The Facts
Defending the Dream 9/7/2017
Defending the Dream FAQ and resources 10/5/2017