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Watch a quick overview of the exciting features of the new "For Attorneys" section of NIJC's website.
NIJC’s pro bono attorneys ensure access to justice and advocate for due process. Currently 56 cases are in need of pro bono representation.
NIJC presents a supplement to NIJC’s Basic Procedural Manual for Asylum Representation specific to working with detained clients.
Asylum Pro Bono Training Representing Asylum Seekers
NIJC Example DETAINED PSG - lengthy
NIJC Example DETAINED Notice of Amendments to I589
NIJC Example Motion to Accept Late Filing
NIJC Example certificate of service
NIJC SAMPLE DETAINED WH CAT_Domestic Violence Index
NIJC Example DETAINED Motion to substitute (PB placement)
NIJC Example Motion for Interpreter
NIJC Example DETAINED Motion for leave to amend I-589
NIJC Example DETAINED Motion for telephonic testimony
NIJC Example DETAINED Motion for In-Person Hearing
This document reflects the shared commitment NIJC and pro bono attorneys agree to when embarking on a collaboration for a new case.
Motion to request telephonic testimony
Form G-28, Notice of Entry of Appearance as Attorney or Accredited Representative.
FAQ: Working with Detained Clients