We believe access to justice shouldn’t depend on where you are born or how much money you have.
When laws and policies are unjust, we work for systemic change. During the last decade, we have positively affected many important cases with implications for national immigration laws.
Join NWIRP and Mother Africa on Friday, April 12th at 4pm in Kent for a free know your rights training focusing on asylum eligibility, how to apply for asylum, and a brief overview of family visas, U visas, and T visas.
The Ninth Circuit court has taken the rare step of withdrawing an earlier negative decision by three judges, and said an eleven-judge panel, sitting en banc, will reconsider our case.
King County residents or those who work in Seattle in need of legal services for their immigration case can call 206-816-3870 to find out if they qualify.