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Pro Bono Library Items Archive

Pro Bono Library Tag: Asylum
  • Sample Letter to ICE ERO Regarding Passport Renewal

    This is a sample letter for communicating to ICE Enforcement and Removal Operations that a client cannot renew her passport because she is an asylum-seeker.

  • Sample Change of Address Letter to ICE ERO

    This is a sample letter for communicating a client’s change of address to ICE Enforcement and Removal Operations.

  • Asylum Letter Brief (Unaccompanied Child – UAC)

    • Publication Date: January 23, 2015
    • Source: Tahirih Justice Center Children's Border Project
    • Pro Bono Library Categories: Cover Letters and Briefs
    • Pro Bono Library Tags: Asylum

    This letter is provided as a sample legal analysis in support of an abused child’s application for asylum under U.S. immigration law.

  • Representing Domestic Violence Survivors Who Are Experiencing Trauma and Other Mental Health Challenges

    This handbook was created for the overall purpose of providing guidance to attorneys so that they can help survivors achieve their civil legal objectives when trauma or other mental health challenges are a potential factor in a case.

  • Webinar: Asylum for Immigrant Survivors of Domestic and Sexual Violence

    This webinar will give participants an overview of the asylum framework, help participants with issue spotting and identifying red flags, discuss asylum’s intersections with other forms of relief, and explain how teams of attorneys and advocates working together can best meet the holistic needs of survivors.

  • Self Help Guide on Bonds – Spanish

    This booklet is for people in the custody of the Department of Homeland Security who want to ask the Immigration Judge to lower their bonds or to let them leave the detention center without paying bonds before their immigration cases are finished. This guide is in Spanish.

  • Self Help Guide on Bonds

    This booklet is for people in the custody of the Department of Homeland Security who want to ask the Immigration Judge to lower their bonds or to let them leave the detention center without paying bonds before their immigration cases are finished.