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Welcome! Thank you for joining our community of committed, fearless volunteers! There are so many ways for you to engage, from representing a person in detention with their asylum case or their bond hearing, to providing interpretation for legal representation, to supporting people in detention as a non-attorney visitor. Some opportunities are for pro bono attorneys, others are for volunteers with a wide variety of skills.

Find the opportunity that is right for you and apply today! A member of our staff will be in touch soon after you submit your application.

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Full & Limited Post-MPP Asylum Representation - Merits

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Post-MPP Opportunities (non-attorney)

Thank you for being interested in our post-MPP work! If you have previously volunteered with the Campaign, please email probonocoordinator@immcouncil.org and indicate which post-MPP volunteer opportunity you are interested in. If you have not previously volunteered with us, please fill out this form and choose the appropriate opportunity. You have to be signed into your account to fill out the form. If you do not yet have a Justice Campaign account, you can create one here.

We Need You!

Only 14% of immigrants in detention have access to counsel. For certain isolated detention centers, that number plunges to a mere 6%. Please join our movement to assist immigrants in need by learning about our local partners and volunteering your time. See this NPR piece detailing how legal representation changed the fate of a father who first came to the U.S. nearly two decades ago.

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