Immigrant Legal Assistance Project

Organization Details

Address:
520 W. Fayette Street,
Suite 300,
Baltimore,
MD,
21201
Phone
410-837-9379
Email:
pbrc@probonomd.org
Program Description

Thousands of unaccompanied children and families have come to Maryland - seeking refuge from violence in their home countries. Unaccompanied children are nearly five times more likely to win their immigration cases when they are represented by a lawyer. Families fleeing violence are 14 times more likely to win. The Maryland Immigrant Legal Assistance Project (MILAP) is looking for volunteers to help these children and families gain access to critical legal assistance with their valid claims to remain in the United States.

Immigration and Citizenship
Full Representation
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