A Member Organization of the Pro Bono Center
Offers immigration law assistance to low-income refugees and immigrants in Pittsburgh.
Client must fall within 250% of the federal poverty guidelines and must reside within the appropriate jurisdiction. Pro bono representation is limited and will not include legal assistance with asylum or clients with significant criminal histories.
|Type of service:||
Offers family-based petitions, renewals of green cards and employment documents, representation in removal proceedings and general immigration law assistance to low-income refugees and immigrants in Pittsburgh.
Ongoing need for volunteer lawyers, paralegals, and law students.
|Time required:||Flexible. Volunteers must be reliable and willing to commit a minimum of 10 hours/week.|
|Training:||Training is ongoing and held as needed on both in-house issues as well as CLEs open to the community.|
How to volunteer: