This guide explains how to prepare the I-589, Application for Asylum and for Withholding of Removal (protection from being deported). This is a complicated process, but this guide is for people who don't have a lawyer to help them.
This factsheet helps immigrants who are currently detained understand what an immigration bond is and how to ask for one. Click the title link to access the publication page.
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The U.S. Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) has assembled a list of self-help guides in English and Spanish that provide information on immigration removal proceedings (deportation) and common forms of relief. The guides are tailored to assist individuals detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
Innovation Law Lab worked with amazing interpreters, translators, videographers, and attorneys to create a series of instructional videos in English, Spanish, and other languages. The videos cover key parts of the U.S. asylum process but are not a substitute for legal advice from an immigration lawyer on your individual case.
Click the question below for links to the videos on YouTube.
This video explains the difference between pro se (when you don't have a lawyer) and full representation (when you do have a lawyer).