Legal Training

Statutes and Regulations's Asylum Law Library

A collaborative website by Human Rights First, Advocates for Human Rights, Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights of the SF Bay Area, & Northwest Immigrant Rights Project.

You must request membership, agree to the terms of use, and log in to see these resources. Examples of materials include: Annotated I-589, Asylum Process flow chart, sample client affidavit, legal refugee definition, use of experts, working with interpreters.

Introduction to Legal Training Resources

This legal training section has been compiled through the combined efforts of Emily Good, former Director of the Refugee & Immigrant Program of The Advocates for Human Rights; Regina Germain, author of AILA's Asylum Primer: A Practical Guide to U.S. Asylum Law and Procedure and former Legal Director of Rocky Mountain Survivors Center; and participants in the National Capacity Building Project's 2011 institute: Torture Survivors Seeking Asylum: The Intersection of Forensic Mental Health Evaluation and Legal Representation.


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