VOLUNTEER

Legal Clinic Volunteer

Assist clients at any of our in-person legal clinics in filling out documents and preparing immigration applications. No experience necessary, volunteers will be trained 30 minutes before the clinic.

Volunteer Translator

Translate client statements, official documents, letters, and more at your convenience from the comfort of your own home. All languages welcome, professional working proficiency required.

Front Office Volunteer

Answer phones, conduct client intakes, prepare immigration application documents, perform basic office duties, assist with outreach, and help with translations. Spanish preferred. 3 half-days per week preferred.

Volunteer Attorney

Provide counsel from start to finish through client interviews, working with law enforcement and social service providers, and preparing immigration applications. 10 hours in office per week preferred.

Outreach Volunteer

Educate the community through 'Immigration 101' and 'Know Your Rights' presentations, and share the need for free immigration legal services by setting up a Just Neighbors outreach table at community events.

Long-Term Volunteer

Tell us about your skills! Some of our long-term projects include: IT support, pro-bono counseling, casework, grant writing, social media management, and teaching English. One day per week preferred, remote or in-person.

Student Internships

Take part in the immigration process by working with clients, attorneys, and staff to screen clients, prepare documents, manage case files, & more through an undergrad, masters, or law student internship.

Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities

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Why I Volunteer

"I had the opportunity to work with a family who was seeking asylum based on gang-based violence in their home country. I worked with the family to get their declarations written for their case to be filed. It was very fulfilling to do work that I knew could potentially change the course of a family’s history forever."

-Chidiuto Cobb, Law Student, Howard University School of Law

 
 
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