You can help us defend and advance the rights of immigrants by becoming a volunteer. Here are some ways you can join our mission:
Juvenile Immigration Cases & Family Law Cases
We seek Spanish-speaking volunteer attorneys to help with children's immigration cases, prepare Special Immigrant Juvenile Status petitions and work on Juvenile State Court and Family Law cases. Apart from being an attorney, a willingness to learn is our number one requirement.
General Intake Volunteers
This opportunity is intended for college graduates with plans to attend law school, as well law students and law school graduates. NWIRP needs your help conducting initial in-person or phone interviews to potential clients on our waiting list for immigration legal services. We welcome speakers of all languages, although our most urgent need is for Spanish-speaking volunteers. For this unpaid volunteer opportunity, we seek people able to commit for a minimum of ten weeks, full time. If you are unable to commit for this period, we will be happy to hear about your availability. This volunteer opportunity requires computer literacy, typing proficiency and the ability to use an office telephone for long periods of time.
General Intake Coordinator/Legal Advocate
Play An Important Role in Community Self Defense Against ICE Raids
We are in need of volunteers to staff the Washington Immigrant Solidarity Network’s Rapid Response Hotline (1-844-RAID-REP). This hotline is a key resource for helping community members report ICE activity in their communities and dispatch rapid response volunteers.
We are looking for bilingual English/Spanish volunteers to take regular volunteer shifts as well as bilingual volunteers in additional languages to be on call. The hotline is staffed 6am - 9pm; we are particularly in need of early morning, evening, and weekend volunteers.
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Volunteer Translators / Interpreters
If you are multilingual and would like to volunteer to help NWIRP serve people who have immigrated to Washington from over 100 countries worldwide, we would love to hear from you! Please click here to send us your contact information, the details of the languages you speak/write, and your availability. We seek volunteers who can both interpret conversations with clients and translate written materials. Please note: Your name will be added to the list but you will not be contacted directly until NWIRP staff have a need for translation or interpretation in the language you offer. We prioritize volunteers who do not charge for their services.
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