“We are a coalition of organizations committed to affirming migration as a human right,
uplifting the issues faced by Cameroonians and all Black Migrants. We stand in solidarity
with all Black immigrants fighting for liberation.”

-Daniel Tse, Co-Founder

Our Objectives

  • End the inhumane detention and deportation of Cameroonians
  • Establish reparations and humanitarian parole for those unjustly deported
  • Provide Holistic Legal, Post-release, and Resettlement resources so that Cameroonians in the U.S. may thrive.
  • Build international solidarity and center the issues faced by Black migrants
  • More information on our website here

Cameroonians at the Border

During the Trump administration, while security situation declined in Cameroon, Cameroonian asylum seekers were increasingly subjected to immigration detention where they were far less likely to obtain counsel and to receive asylum than non-detained Cameroonian asylum seekers.

The US asylum grant rate for Cameroonians decreased by 24% from FY 2019 to FY 2020, followed by a surge of deportations to Cameroon in late 2020. 

Temporary Protected Status - TPS - for Cameroon

Human Rights Watch documented persecution and serious human rights violations against Cameroonians after their forced return including arbitrary arrest and detention, rape, torture and other physical abuse, extortion, unfair prosecutions, confiscation of national identity documents, and abuses against family members.

Temporary Protected Status For Cameroon Application and Eligibility Guide Here