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Parole Cases

The Immigration Justice Campaign and our referring partners seek attorneys to represent non-citizen individuals detained across the country in securing their release from civil immigration custody on parole. This opportunity involves contacting the individual in detention, documenting their eligibility for release on parole, and submitting a parole request with supporting documentation to a local Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE) office. To learn more about this opportunity type or others, please visit our Types of Opportunities page.

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Your work will be supported by several innovated resources: (1) An in-house expert who will mentor you and a group of other attorneys with similarly situated cases; (2) An online library of resources and training materials including template briefs, examples, and detailed guides; (3) A hands-on guide to walk you step-by-step through local practices and procedures.

Individuals in Need of Representation


Referring Partner Site: EPIC
Location: Torrance County Detention Center (Estancia, NM)
Country of Origin: Nicaragua
Language: Spanish
Next Hearing or Due Date: June 28, 2022 (Master Calendar Hearing)

Mr. DEA is a man in his mid-30s from Nicaragua. Mr. DEA received death threats because of his political opposition. Mr. DEA seeks pro bono assistance for release on bond or parole, and his sponsor is his uncle.

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