Frequently Asked Questions

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´╗┐Who is this course for?

Entry-level and pro bono practitioners new to immigration law, including attorneys and DOJ-accredited representatives.

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How much does this course cost?

It's free!

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What topics are covered?

The fundamentals of representing a non-detained immigrant client, including navigating immigration court, applying for humanitarian relief, and more. Check out the curriculum preview below.

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Where can I sign up to take on a pro bono case?

Click on "Find a Pro Bono Case" on the top navigation bar. You can express interest in a specific case, or filter and sign up to receive updates.

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More questions?

E-mail [email protected].

Curriculum Preview

  1 | The Big Picture
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  2 | Initial Meeting & Screening
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  3 | Fear-Based Claims: Asylum, Withholding of Removal, Convention Against Torture
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  4 | Survivor-Based Claims: Special Immigrant Juvenile Status, U Visa, T Visa, Violence Against Women Act
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  5 | Nationality-Based Claims: Temporary Protected Status, Cuban Adjustment Act
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  6 | Family-Based Claims
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  7 | Effective Representation
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  8 | Ethical Considerations
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  9 | Immigration Court
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  10 | U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS)
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