Representation, Equity, and Protections (REP) for All Immigrants Campaign

REP4All is a legislative campaign to enhance and expand access to legal services and representation for immigrant Californians, regardless of past contact with the criminal legal system. REP4All is led by the California Immigrant Policy Center (CIPC), Central American Resource Center-Los Angeles (CARECEN-LA), Immigrant Legal Resource Center (ILRC), and Vera Institute of Justice, and supported by a statewide coalition of 50+ legal services, community-based, faith-based and immigrant rights organizations. REP4All is championed by Assemblymember Reggie Jones-Sawyer.

In 2023, CIPC co-established the REP4All campaign and Assemblymember Jones-Sawyer first introduced the bill. In 2024, Assemblymember Jones-Sawyer introduced the bill, AB 2031.

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Values and Vision:

  • Values: All people have a right to human dignity, justice, due process and fair treatment by the government. That includes immigrants who have interacted with the criminal legal system.
  • Vision for REP4All: All Californians have access to legal representation when faced with detention and deportation, or when they need assistance to apply for benefits and relief like DACA, citizenship or asylum.
  • Slogan: Nobody should have to stand alone in immigration proceedings or while facing deportation and its devastating consequences.
  • Goal for REP4All: Build collective power to disrupt detention and deportation by increasing access to and funding for legal services & representation.

List of Coalition Members and Supporters: 

  • California Immigrant Policy Center (Co-Sponsor) 
  • Central American Resource Center, Los Angeles (Co-Sponsor)  
  • Immigrant Legal Resource Center (Co-Sponsor) 
  • Vera Institute of Justice (Co-Sponsor) 
  • Acacia Center for Justice 
  • ACLU California Action
  • Alliance San Diego
  • Allies for Immigration Justice SLO County
  • Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Asian Law Caucus
  • Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Southern California
  • Asian Prisoner Support Committee
  • Buen Vecino
  • Building Skills Partnership
  • California Coalition for Women Prisoners
  • California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation (CRLA Foundation)
  • Center for Immigration Law and Policy, UCLA School of Law
  • Central Valley Immigrant Integration Collaborative
  • Centro Legal de la Raza
  • Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights, CHIRLA
  • Community Legal Services in East Palo Alto (CLSEPA)
  • Communities United for Restorative Youth Justice (CURYJ)
  • Contra Costa Immigrant Rights Alliance (CCIRA)
  • Council on American-Islamic Relations, California (CAIR-CA)
  • East Bay Sanctuary Covenant (EBSC)
  • Empowering Pacific Islander Communities (EPIC)
  • Esperanza Community Housing Corporation
  • Freedom for Immigrants
  • Harbor Institute for Immigrant and Economic Justice
  • Immigrant Defenders Law Center
  • Immigrant Defense Advocates
  • Immigrants Rising
  • Inland Coalition for Immigrant Justice
  • Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity
  • Khmer Girls in Action
  • National Lawyers Guild – Los Angeles Chapter Immigration Committee
  • Orange County Equality Coalition
  • Orange County Justice Fund
  • Orange County Rapid Response Network
  • People’s Budget Orange County
  • Pomona Economic Opportunity Center
  • Public Counsel
  • Root & Rebound
  • San Diego Immigrant Rights Consortium
  • Secure Justice
  • Services, Immigrant Rights and Education Network (SIREN)
  • Social Justice Collaborative
  • Somali Family Service of San Diego
  • South Asian Network
  • Southeast Asia Resource Action Center
  • Stop the Musick Coalition
  • Thai Community Development Center
  • The TransLatin@ Coalition
  • Transforming Justice Orange County
  • Unitarian Universalist Justice Ministry of California
  • World Relief

Join the REP4All Campaign 

  • The REP4All coalition is hosting monthly coalition meetings and meets the first Wednesday of the month. 
  • Join the REP4All Coalition by filling out our coalition form here or emailing Bruno at