Immigration Justice Campaign is an initiative of American Immigration Council, American Immigration Lawyers Association.

Immigration Justice Campaign Text Logo
Immigration Justice Campaign Text Logo

We are the Immigration Justice Campaign.

We believe in a society that sees migration as a tool for liberation and prizes the dignity and humanity of all people.

Are you an attorney or interpreter?

Volunteers fought for immigrant rights last year.

We’re always looking for new volunteers to work alongside immigrants facing deportation. Most opportunities are remote, with a few in person. Our volunteers fall into two categories:

  • Attorneys
  • People who speak other languages than English.
We offer individual mentorship and a robust set of training materials to support attorneys who have no experience in immigration law. Interpreters do not need prior experience or training in interpretation. 

Scales of justice sitting on top of a wooden table
Clients in post-“Remain in Mexico” program
Clients in detention
Clients in Afghan asylum program
Clients in all three programs
Clients in detention; clients in post-“Remain in Mexico” program
Clients in Afghan asylum; clients in post-'Remain in Mexico' program
Detention centers where we have clients

Our Volunteers' Work

Our volunteers represent clients in immigration detention, support Afghan evacuees pursuing long-term status in the United States, and offer legal assistance to people who have been impacted by the Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP), also known as “Remain in Mexico.” We work with a network of on-the-ground partners who put us in touch with clients. 

Our partners

We are proud to work in partnership with a strong network of allied organizations.

Support our work

We rely on donations to continue our fight for immigration justice. Can you help us by chipping in?