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AILA Doc. No. 07121359 | Dated April 7, 2021
AILA MAP will work to match your case with a pro bono immigration attorney if you meet all the following requirements:
If you meet the above requirements, you may complete the request for assistance below with as much detail as possible so that we may better understand the case. The information you provide will be forwarded to the AILA MAP project coordinator, who will attempt to match the case with an experienced immigration attorney who has volunteered to help them at no cost. If matched, you will be placed in direct contact with an AILA attorney who has agreed to work with you.
Please note that AILA MAP will do its best to locate an attorney who can assist you, but matching is not guaranteed. If a case has been posted for 90 days to volunteer attorneys and has not yet been matched, AILA MAP will be unable to match the case and will contact you with further resources.
If you decide to hire an attorney or the case is resolved after you have requested assistance, please contact AILA MAP at firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible to let MAP know you no longer require assistance.
If you are veteran seeking citizenship and you do not qualify for assistance through MAP, another helpful resource is the Veterans Naturalization Assistance Program (VNAP). A program through the Veteran’s Consortium, VNAP assists veterans apply for citizenship who have an honorable or general under honorable conditions discharge and who have a copy of their DD-214. If you or a veteran you know may qualify, please contact Nicqelle Godfrey at (202) 733-3337 or email@example.com.
VNAP is hosting a citizenship clinic on May 7 from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm (ET). Please find more information about the clinic here:
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