For refugees like George and Grace, finding an attorney can make a difference between a life of freedom and security or return to violence and persecution.
Help NIJC ensure that immigrants, refugees and asylum seekers have an opportunity to seek protection in the United States.
Other ways you can help:
- Attorneys: Partner with NIJC to provide pro bono legal services
- Students: Intern at NIJC
- Private Companies and Law Firms: Sponsorship opportunities
- Interpreters: Volunteer at NIJC
- Schools, Faith Congregations and Community Organizations: Host a Legal Information Session
- Be an immigrant rights ambassador
- Join NIJC's Action Team
- Work at NIJC
- Support immigrants in detention (with Interfaith Committee for Detained Immigrants)
- Teach English as a Second Language
- Speak out: Talk to elected officials about supporting immigrant rights – call the congressional switchboard at (202) 224-3121 and ask for your representative or senators. Attend town hall and school board meetings and voice your support for immigrants and refugees. Encourage your elected officials, teachers, principal or superintendent to support immigrants and undocumented students. Talk to faith leaders about ways to support immigrants and refugees.