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Additional Immigration Resources

Produced by Massachusetts Law Reform Institute
Reviewed May 2016

Here you can find links to other commonly referenced immigration resources.  

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Self-Help (Pro Se) Guides 

Immigration law can be difficult to understand.  It is better to find a lawyer or accredited representative to help you if you can. But there may be times when it is not possible to find legal help. The following self-help guides have been written to help you when you are unable to find legal help.

  • UC Hastings Center for Gender and Refugee Studies Pro Se Guide for Survivors of Domestic Violence
  • Florence Project- Advocating for Your Rights in the Immigration Process
  • Florence Project- Pro Se Guide to Denying Charges of Deportability
  • Florence Project - “I’m Afraid to Go Back; A Guide to Asylum, Withholding of Removal and the Convention Against Torture”
  • Immigrant Legal Resource Center Pro Se Guide for U Visa Applicants
  • ILRC- Living in the United States- A guide for immigrant youth
  • PAIR Self Help Manual for Immigration Detainees
  • PAIR- Getting Out of Detention After an Order of Deportation
  • PAIR- Pro Se Asylum Manual
  • PAIR Self Help Guide for Detained Refugees Facing Deportation
  • ABA Legal Guide for Ice Detainees
  • National Immigrant Justice Center- Guidelines for Asylum Seekers Who Do Not Have an Attorney and Are In Removal Proceedings

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