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This training by NIJC and HIRC is for pro bono attorneys already familiar with asylum law, and focuses on the nexus element of asylum in light of the decision in Matter of A-B-.
Presentation slides from the attorney training by NIJC and Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinical Program focusing on the nexus element of asylum in light of the decision in Matter of A-B-.
NIJC released the following practice guidance in response to the Board of Immigration Appeals' published decision in Matter of M-A-C-O-, 27 I&N Dec. 477 (BIA 2018),
This training is for pro bono attorneys already familiar with asylum law, and assists attorneys in understanding how the decision in Matter of A-B- may affect clients seeking asylum.
Presentation slides for the training assisting attorneys in understanding how former Attorney General Jeff Sessions' decision in Matter of A-B- may affect their clients seeking asylum.
Practice guidance regarding the March 29, 2018, U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington decision regarding the one-year filing deadline for asylum.
Practice guidance regarding the January 31, 2018, USCIS announcement of changes to how the Asylum Office schedules asylum interviews.
This practice advisory provides guidance to practitioners inside the Seventh Circuit who wish to request IJ or BIA adjudication of their waivers of U visa admissibility.
Instructions for Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status (Form I-485), from Department of Homeland SecurityU.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.
Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status (Form I-485), from Department of Homeland Security U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.
Checklist of all documentation needed to submit a complete application for asylum, filed affirmatively or defensively.
Beginning September 12, 2017, documents can only be electronically served on or filed with OCC through their eService portal.
Translated articles archive from the Freedom of Expression Project at the Trans-Border Institute, University of San Diego.
This training for attorneys discusses how to work with an interpreter when preparing your client's immigration case.
Appendix to the practice advisory for attorneys, "USCIS Policy Updates for Special Immigrant Juveniles."
NIJC's managing attorneys share their tips and best practices to keep in mind when writing your client's affidavit in immigration proceedings.
An adjudicator may require corroborating evidence in an asylum case and pro bono attorneys should be prepared to gather all corroborating evidence reasonably available to support a client’s claim.
Practice advisory for attorneys after the decisions in Matter of M-E-V-G-and Matter of W-G-R, which may affect clients applying for asylum on the basis of membership in a particular social group.
NIJC-curated Google Sheet listing Central American/Mexican country conditions documentation.
Instruction sheet for an unaccompanied child in immigration court to submit a Form I-589 Asylum Application to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services