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CAIR-CA Comment on New Asylum Rule

Read CAIR-CA’s full comment here.

What You Should Know About Trump’s June 22 Immigration Ban

On June 22, the Trump administration issued a proclamation expanding immigration restrictions in a broad attempt to further its xenophobic agenda while distracting Americans from … Read More

In Solidarity With the Black Community

Dear Community Members and Friends, Salam Alaikum!   On behalf of the entire CAIR Sacramento Valley/Central California family, Council of Sacramento Valley Islamic Organizations (COSVIO) and … Read More

What You Should Know About Trump’s Latest Immigration Ban

Earlier this evening, the Trump administration issued a proclamation expanding immigration restrictions in a broad attempt to further its xenophobic agenda while distracting Americans from … Read More

COVID-19 Updates

CAIR-SV/CC Office Update To ensure the safety of community members and staff, our team has transitioned to remote work and the CAIR-SV/CC offices are closed … Read More

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COVID-19 Eviction Help

Here are guidelines for resolutions to protect tenants from eviction: California-wide eviction ban: On April 6, California Courts issued an emergency rule targeting evictions and … Read More

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COSVIO Community Response Network

The Council of Sacramento Valley Islamic Organizations has created a response network to help our community during the COVID-19 pandemic. The organizations included in this … Read More

COVID-19 Health Tips & Symptoms

Public Health Tips to Follow As of March 24, at least 43,499 people have tested positive for coronavirus in the U.S.; at least 537 have … Read More

Greater Sacramento Resources Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Last updated at 3 p.m. July 27 Latest News 9,018 total confirmed cases in Sacramento County 1,424 total confirmed cases in Yolo County 1,685 total … Read More

San Joaquin County Resources Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Last updated at 3 p.m. July 27 Latest News 10,675 coronavirus cases in SJC At least 145,000 people have died from coronavirus in the U.S. … Read More