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Pro bono attorneys must file new asylum applications, including for derivative applicants who need to seek asylum independently as well, prior to January 11, 2021 in order to avoid being subject to a new asylum regulation.
On November 2, 2020, USCIS changes its procedures for filing the asylum applications for individuals who are derivatives on the application of a parent or spouse, but are also independently eligible for asylum and wish to file their own application as a principal applicant.
This update provides an overview of the new bars to asylum announced by the Trump administration on October 20, 2020, which go into effect on November 20, 2020.
NIJC attorneys provide best practices for working with asylum seekers and developing supporting evidence in order to prepare and present strong asylum claims.
These slides accompany the second part of a two-part virtual, pro bono asylum training led by experts from the National Immigrant Justice Center (NIJC).
These slides accompany the first part of a two-part virtual, pro bono asylum training led by experts from the National Immigrant Justice Center (NIJC).
This is the first part of a two-part virtual, pro bono asylum training led by experts from the National Immigrant Justice Center (NIJC).
Practice advisory for federal defense attorneys representing immigrants facing criminal prosecution for illegal reentry.
Fact sheet provides an overview of withholding of removal, including the basics of seeking protection in the United States, eligibility requirements, the application process, and data on applicants.
This summary provides an update on two new attacks on the U.S. asylum system and employment authorization eligibility for asylum seekers.
*Updated September 30, 2020*
Updates and guidance for pro bono attorneys regarding the new and increased USCIS fees and fee waiver eligibility rules that go into effect on October 2, 2020.
*Last updated September 30, 2020.*
Updates and guidance for NIJC pro bono attorneys regarding filing immigration forms and documents during the COVID-19 period.
ICE Office of Chief Counsel Chicago E-Inquiry Fact Sheet
This practice advisory is a resource for attorneys about administrative closure in immigration proceedings after an appeals court rejected former attorney general's decision in Matter of Castro-Tum.
NIJC leads a discussion about the Trump administration's proposed new rules that would eviscerate what is left of the asylum system. Take action but submitting a comment to the proposed rules.
During this Asylum Training for Pro Bono attorneys, NIJC experts provide details on how to present and prepare an asylum case and will include a focus on representing LGBT identifying asylum seekers.
Part 1 of a 2 of this asylum training for pro bono attorneys, NIJC experts provide participants with an intensive introduction to asylum law.
A list of resources referenced in NIJC's presentation on "False Friction: Reconciling COVID-19 and Immigrants’ Rights.
Experts from NIJC discuss how the Trump administration has used COVID-19 as an excuse to shut down immigration and harm immigrants.