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AILA Doc. No. 21081935 | Dated January 21, 2022
The situation in Afghanistan is constantly changing and the information provided below could be outdated. AILA recommends that individuals consult with an attorney for further information and guidance. AILA members: this document is accessible to the public and can be shared with clients and the community who may need access to resources. Members of the public: if you need an immigration lawyer, please consult AILA's Immigration Lawyer Search.
AILA continues to receive an outpouring of requests from Afghans, veterans, and organizations, for whom we feel compelled to help find competent counsel. While many feel compelled to help during this heart-breaking crisis, it is important to avoid harming potential clients and ourselves during this effort. If you are concerned with your current competence in this area, our ethics rules advise us to associate with more experienced practitioners or seek case mentoring, which we presently cannot provide.
Cite as AILA Doc. No. 21081935.
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