How You Can Help
Please join our community of committed, fearless volunteers. There are many ways for you to help. Some opportunities are for pro bono attorneys, while others seek volunteers with a wide variety of skills to help with things like interpretation or to provide professional mental health evaluations for trauma survivors. Most opportunities are currently remote.
You don’t need experience in immigration law to volunteer with us. Your work will be supported by innovative resources including expert mentorship, an online library of training materials and templates, and a hands-on guide to walk you step-by-step through practices and procedures. Submit your volunteer application at the link below to see current opportunities and express your interest.
Where We Work
The Justice Campaign and its partners currently need volunteers to help individuals detained in ICE jails across the country. We also work with individuals previously subject to the Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP) aka Remain in Mexico, and Afghan evacuees resettled in the United States.
View our list of partners.
Have a question about volunteering? Need help? Contact us.
We Need You!Only 15 percent of people who've recently arrived and are being held in immigration detention have access to counsel. We’re working to change that, and you can help.
The American Immigration Council warns non-citizens to guard against spoofing phone calls from ill-intended individuals seeking to create panic among our immigrant community. To learn more, please go to scam.immigrationcouncil.org.