Justice for Immigrants campaign (JFI) was launched by the USCCB and 16 other core member organizations in May 2005 to educate American Catholics about immigration and seek legislative changes in the US migration system.
Jesuit Academic Migration Network — More than 22 Jesuit Universities in the United States have joined to network and cooperate in research, advocacy and migration curriculum development.
Jesuit Migration Service (SJM) is a network of Jesuit and Jesuit affiliated organizations throughout North and South America that aim to cooperate on areas of academic research, advocacy, and social/pastoral care of migrants. The US Jesuit Conference and JCSIM are the liaison for the SJM in the United States.
Jesuit Refugee Service/USA is the US branch of the organization begun by Fr. General Pedro Arrupe in 1980; it serves detained migrants in the US, advocates for refugee policy, and supports JRS worldwide.