Friends of Immigration Law Enforcement (FILE) is a volunteer association
of hundreds of attorneys, researchers, law enforcement officers,
legislators, and others working on behalf of Americans to ensure
that immigration law is being enforced. Founded in 2002 in New York,
FILE established headquarters in Washington, DC in 2003.
is non-profit and non-partisan. Our members are united solely by
a common concern over the widespread disregard for U.S. immigration
assists in filing lawsuits and complaints and helps Americans who
have been harmed by our government's failure to enforce immigration
assists in drafting legislation, filing briefs, advocating for America's
law enforcement community, and providing expert testimony.
is divided into departments, each
addressing a specific area in which immigration law is often unenforced.
of Immigration Law Enforcement
310 6th St S.E. 2nd Flr
Washington, DC 20003