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Some noncitizens in immigration detention can request that they be “paroled,” or released, from detention while their cases are pending in immigration court. The resources on this page will assist pro bono attorneys in drafting parole requests for detained noncitizens.

Getting Started: Overview of Parole Eligibility

These materials provide an overview of which asylum seekers are eligible for parole, and how to apply for parole.

Gathering Documents

As you prepare your client’s parole application, these materials will walk you through what documents to look for, and how to draft any letters of support.

Writing and Submitting Parole Request

This page contains sample parole requests for detained asylum seekers at several different detention facilities.

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If you are a volunteer attorney working on a case with the Immigration Justice Campaign, find out how to get individualized help with your case.
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