The National Immigration Justice Center, based in Chicago, protects human rights and provides access to justice for all immigrants, refugees and asylum seekers.

Its staff lawyers help residents of Viator House of Hospitality, seeking asylum.

In an effort to keep immigrants, attorneys and supporters updated of the latest news in immigration, the center publishes regular alerts.

Their latest update reveals news about documents showing that the Trump administration hired a private intelligence firm to monitor the organizing of peaceful protests in the U.S. and internationally against family separation.

Read more about this surveillance, here. Other press releases from the center can be found, here.