This resource helps applicants prepare to file, with a special focus on e-filing.
Read about different immigration statuses and the benefits of each.
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.
Discover the basics of how family reunification works, its benefits, and see an overview of the process.
Explore the immigration, benefits, and social services available for Afghan nationals.
Find out who can apply and how to apply for temporary protected status (TPS), and read information on work and travel permits, and other protections under TPS.
Examine this advisory for a discussion and clarification of ethics issues that may arise during representation of families on the Dedicated Docket. Discover more information on determining whether the family unit can be represented by a single lawyer, legal services agreement, special issues when representing spouses, representing children, and more.
The ABA’s Commission on Immigration developed this Practice Guide for drafting and editing Statements of Evidence, including declarations, affidavits, and letters. These written statements have the potential to be the most informative and critical pieces of evidence in establishing a prima facie case (case at first sight) in immigration court and before USCIS.
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.
Examine this FAQ to discover what steps advocates need to take to ensure that Afghans have no gaps in their ability to work lawfully in the United States. Because most Afghans evacuated pursuant to OAW entered the United States in August and September 2021, they now have less than a year left on their Employment Authorization and Documentation (EAD).