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NIJC’s pro bono attorneys ensure access to justice and advocate for due process. Currently 3 cases are in need of pro bono representation across the country and outside of IL, IN and WI.
NIJC and the Kovler Center partner to present practical information on "Connecting with Clients" or trauma-informed lawyering for pro bono attorneys that work with survivors of trauma and toxic stress
NIJC’s pro bono attorneys ensure access to justice and advocate for due process. Currently 56 cases are in need of pro bono representation.
Asylum Pro Bono Training - Slides
Watch a quick overview of the exciting features of the new "For Attorneys" section of NIJC's website.
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
This document reflects the shared commitment NIJC and pro bono attorneys agree to when embarking on a collaboration for a new case.
Form G-28, Notice of Entry of Appearance as Attorney or Accredited Representative.
Representing Detained and Non-Detained Asylum Seekers (Intro to Asylum) (July 13, 2018) (Webinar)
An overview of pro bono representation for asylum cases with NIJC.
This redacted amicus brief is in support of the particular social group: woman unable to leave an abusive relationship.
This site provides links for certain individuals who have been granted asylum in the United States and are eligible to receive assistance and services from the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR).
NIJC press release on Matter of A-R-C-G-
This fact sheet provides an overview of the EOIR's mission, the removal proceedings process and basic forms of relief from removal.
UNHCR Guidelines on International Protection: Gender-Related Persecution
Matter of A-R-C-G- et al., Respondents Decided August 26, 2014 U.S. Department of Justice Executive Office for Immigration Review Board of Immigration Appeals.
NIJC Amicus Brief to BIA on Gender as a Particular Social Group.