Read this guide for an overview of the most relevant immigration pathways available to Afghan nationals who left Afghanistan after U.S. troops withdrew from Afghanistan in August 2021.
Consult this quick guide as an overview of some of the most common questions new-to-immigration attorneys may have on engaging country conditions experts. Learn how engaging a country conditions expert helps an asylum case.
View detailed information from CLINIC on the three exemptions to the Terrorism-Related Inadmissibility Grounds (TRIG) bars in order to aid Afghan allies as announced in 2022.
Learn about Terrorism-Related Inadmissibility Grounds (TRIG) and other bars to protection relevant to Afghan asylum applicants.
Read Professor Charles Shane Ellison’s Georgetown Immigration Law Journal article on protective procedural safeguards in the persecutor bar analysis and when the persecutor bar should be applied.
Chapter 3 of the USCIS Policy Manual provides an overview of the grounds by which an officer may find an applicant inadmissible (unable to seek admission or legal status in the United States). Find examples of evidence that may indicate an applicant is inadmissible.
Learn how applicants can establish validity of marriages in the United States for immigration purposes. Find out which relationships USCIS does not recognize as marriages.
This webinar addresses common issues that arise when asylum cases are filed by Afghans, including bars to asylum that may be relevant for Afghans who lived under Taliban rule.
This non-exhaustive sample includes potential questions that may be asked of your client during the asylum interview.
Gain access to a legal expert database, asylum law information, and instructions on how to prepare the I-589 and supporting documentation.