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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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Individuals in Need of Representation

Mr. PY

Relief Sought: Parole, Other Ice Release
Referring Partner Site: Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network
Location: Aurora Contract Detention Facility (Aurora, CO)
Country of Origin: Ecuador
Language: Spanish
Next Hearing or Due Date: September 27, 2022 (Master Calendar Hearing)

Mr. PY is a man in his mid-twenties from Ecuador. He is afraid to return to Ecuador due to persecution of his indigenous and bisexual identity. He has a family friend who is willing to serve as his sponsor. Mr. PY seeks pro bono assistance with his release case through parole and 90-day custody review case so that he may pursue his application from outside of detention.

Mr. BA

Relief Sought: Bond- Remote, Parole
Referring Partner Site: Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network
Location: Aurora Contract Detention Facility (Aurora, CO)
Country of Origin: Mexico
Language: Spanish
Next Hearing or Due Date: Pending

Mr. BA is a man in his mid 30's from Mexico. He originally entered the U.S. in 2006 and has lived in the U.S. since 2014. Mr. BA fears returning to Mexico since his brother was murdered by the cartel when he was deported. He has a criminal history for public consumption of alcohol and a pending substance-related charge. Mr. BA has a sponsor. Mr. BA seeks an pro bono assistance with a release on bond or parole so that he may pursue his asylum application from outside of detention.

Ms. PF

Relief Sought: Release on Parole
Referring Partner Site: RMIAN
Location: Aurora Contract Detention Facility (Aurora, CO)
Country of Origin: Honduras
Language: English
Next Hearing or Due Date: October 5, 2022 (Master Calendar Hearing) before IJ Carbone

Ms. PF is a woman in her mid-twenties from Honduras who has lived in the United States since she was five years old. She has a young daughter that was born in the United States. Ms. PF has two DUI convictions, one which resulted in injury to a passenger. Ms. PF has multiple family member able to serve as her sponsor. Ms. PF seeks pro bono assistance in her parole case so that she may seek to defend against deportation from outside of detention.

Mr. BI

Relief Sought: Release on Bond, Release on Parole
Referring Partner Site: RMIAN
Location: Aurora Contract Detention Facility (Aurora, CO)
Country of Origin: Brazil
Language: English, Portuguese
Next Hearing or Due Date: October 6, 2022 (Master Calendar Hearing) before IJ McGrail

Mr. BI is a man in his early 40's from Brazil. He arrived to the U.S. in 1996 and has two U.S. born children. He is at risk of losing his lawful permanent resident status because of a single false statement conviction. He has a family member that is willing to serve as his sponsor. Mr. BI seeks pro bono assistance with release on bond or parole so that he may fight to maintain his lawful permanent resident status from outside of detention.

Mr. BD

Relief Sought: Release on Bond, Release on Parole
Referring Partner Site: RMIAN
Location: Aurora Contract Detention Facility (Aurora, CO)
Country of Origin: Peru
Language: Spanish
Next Hearing or Due Date: October 3, 2022 (Master Calendar Hearing) before IJ Carbone

Mr. BD is a man in his late 20's from Peru. He fled Peru to escape paramilitary groups threatening to take over his landing. He has family members willing to sponsor him in the U.S. Mr. BD seeks pro bono assistance with release on bond or parole so that he may pursue his asylum case from outside of detention.

Mr. BC

Relief Sought: Release on Bond, Release on Parole
Referring Partner Site: RMIAN
Location: Aurora Contract Detention Facility (Aurora, CO)
Country of Origin: Guatemala
Language: Spanish
Next Hearing or Due Date: October 3, 2022 (Master Calendar Hearing) before IJ Carbone

Mr. BC is a man in his early 30's from Guatemala. He is afraid to return to Guatemala because he was threatened by the police after denouncing the government. Mr. BC is seeking pro bono assistance with release on bond or parole so that he may pursue his asylum application outside of detention. Mr. BC has a family member willing to sponsor him.

Mr. ME

Relief Sought: Release on Bond, Release on Parole
Referring Partner Site: EPIC
Location: Torrance County Detention Facility (Estancia, NM)
Country of Origin: Turkey
Language: Turkish
Next Hearing or Due Date: October 4, 2022 (Master Calendar Hearing) before IJ Tuckman

Mr. ME is a man in his early 30's from Turkey. He is seeking asylum due to fears of persecution for his Kurdish ethnicity. Mr. ME is seeking pro bono assistance with his release on bond or parole. He has a sponsor in the U.S.

Mr. BL

Relief Sought: Release on Bond, Release on Parole
Referring Partner Site: RMIAN
Location: Aurora Contract Detention Facility (Aurora, CO)
Country of Origin: Peru
Language: Kichwa, Spanish
Next Hearing or Due Date: September 28, 2022 (Master Calendar Hearing) before IJ Carbone

Mr. BL is a man in his early 30s from Peru. He has medical concerns including anxiety and depression due to being detained. He speaks Spanish and Kichwa, but prefers Kichwa. He is seeking asylum because of the harm and discrimination he has faced because of his language, ethnicity, and political opinion. Mr. BL seeks pro bono representation for release on bond or parole, and his sponsor is a family friend.

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