Post-MPP Asylum Cases
The Trump administration’s “Migrant Protection Protocols,” or “MPP” forced tens of thousands of asylum seekers to live in Mexico while their cases were pending in U.S. immigration courts. The Biden Administration has allowed thousands of people who were subjected to MPP into the U.S., where they now await their asylum hearings. The materials on this page will assist attorneys representing asylum seekers formerly in MPP.
My Day Will Come gives an in-depth look into the challenges faced by people seeking asylum in the United States as a result of the Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP), also known as the “Remain in Mexico” policy.
The Biden Administration has admitted many people formerly in MPP into the U.S. This brief practice advisory explains how that has worked, and what the next steps are for people who have been allowed into the U.S. from MPP.
Published December 12, 2022. An useful review of the recent changes to limited representation and the forms associated with it. This link will open and download the pdf to your device.
Mexican Tarjetas de Visitante por Razones Humanitarias and Firm Resettlement: A Practice Advisory for Advocates
A practical guide to addressing the firm-resettlement bar for asylum seekers who were granted the status of "visitor for humanitarian reasons" while in Mexico.
Recorded Webinar: Representing Clients Formerly Subject to "Remain in Mexico" Who Are Eligible Under the Cuban Adjustment Act (CAA)
In this video we discuss the practical and legal considerations for representing CAA-eligible clients in immigration proceedings when they were formerly subject to the Migrant Protection Protocols, a.k.a. “Remain in Mexico.”