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Only 14% of detained immigrants have an attorney. We are mobilizing attorneys nationwide to stand alongside immigrants in court.


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Hamsa Mahendranathan

Meet Our Volunteers

“My client is a gay man who was persecuted in his home country because of his sexuality. He was beaten repeatedly, but the police did nothing. The government in his country implicitly condones violence against gay men so he had no legal recourse. Then, his partner was murdered. Fearing for his life, my client escaped to the United States.”

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One Client's Story

Read the story of Daniela* and her 11-year-old son Marco for a snapshot of the work that Justice Campaign volunteers take on. 

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Resources

Overview of Removal Proceedings

New to immigration court? This introductory webinar by the Immigration Justice Campaign breaks down the who, what, when, where, and how of removal proceedings and immigration court.

Recorded Training

Overview of Bond Hearings

An overview of bond hearings for attorneys who are new to immigration practice. Two expert practitioners discuss how to request a bond hearing, the factors at issue during bond hearings, how and what kind of evidence to prepare and submit, and what happens during a bond hearing.

Recorded Training

Asylum in the U.S. Fact Sheet

This fact sheet describes the asylum system in the United States, including how asylum is defined, eligibility requirements, and the application process.

Fact Sheet


Immigration Impact Blog

Immigration Impact Blog

Find analysis on the latest immigration law and policy issues on Immigration Impact, the official blog of the American Immigration Council.

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Think Immigration Blog

Find the latest blogs on topics related to asylum and removal defense on ThinkImmigration, the official blog of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA).

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Where We Work

The Justice Campaign partners with legal service providers and pro bono representation projects nationwide that screen immigrant detainees and refer eligible cases to our nationwide network of pro bono attorneys.


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Fighting together for a fair day in court

Only 14% of detained immigrants have an attorney. We are mobilizing attorneys nationwide to stand alongside immigrants in court.

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