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NIJC preparea pro bono attorneys to represent immigrant survivors of domestic violence and other qualifying crimes who are eligible to petition for a U Visa.
NIJC’s pro bono attorneys ensure access to justice and advocate for due process. Currently 32 individuals and families are in need of pro bono representation.
This advisory provides guidance for pro bono attorneys whose clients may benefit from the Mendez Rojas settlement agreement regarding the asylum one-year filing deadline and asylum office jurisdiction
Join NIJC's Julian Lazalde and Jesse Franzblau to hear more about how local communities are working to make local communities and states more welcoming for everyone.
USCIS rescinds its “blank space policy” for Form I-918, Form I-918 Supplement A, and Form I-589
A training for pro bono attorneys on assisting immigrant victims of domestic violence who are eligible to file for a VAWA self-petition.
NIJC and our community continue to protect asylum by representing thousands of immigrants, You can join us. In this presentation, we will get you up to speed on what is happening now with asylum.
This document provides guidance and practice tips regarding employment authorization for asylum seekers.
*Last Updated March 1, 2021*
Guidelines for Domestic Violence Experts and Counselors for VAWA Affidavits
A sample cover letter for a FOIA request from USCIS.
A list of legal citations relevant to the VAWA application.
The law relating to good moral character, INA § 101(f) (2010)
We ask volunteers to sign this Confidentiality Agreement to protect the identity and privacy of our clients.
A sample cover letter to request an EOIR FOIA.
The legal citation providing statutory eligibility for VAWA: INA § 204 (2010).
The law regarding adjustment of status: INA § 245(a) (2010)
This page contains information relating to VAWA applications.
A sample cover letter to request a CBP FOIA.
This is a template for a client to authorize a legal service provider to disclose to and/or receive from third parties.
The text of regulations regarding VAWA: 8 C.F.R. § 204.2(2010)