IJC: Asylum Training and Resources
Immigrant Justice Campaign Asylum Training and Resources for pro bono attorneys representing asylum seekers.
Immigration Equality: Asylum Manual
Immigration Equality Asylum Manual is a handbook intended for use by pro bono attorneys and immigration attorneys working on LGBTQ/HIV asylum cases.
Q&A, Tenets and Terrors (May 2022)
Human Rights First training on the ideology and violence of the Taliban in Afghanistan.
Recommended Reading, Tenets & Terrors (May 2022)
Human Rights First recommended materials, for training on the ideology and violence of the Taliban in Afghanistan.
Country Conditions: Hazaras in Afghanistan (May 2022)
This report outlines the country conditions of Hazaras population in Afghanistan.
Asylum Office Interview Notes for Afghan (Gender, Ethnicity, Political Opinion) May 2022
Interview transcript for claims based primarily on gender, ethnicity, and anti-Taliban/pro-U.S. political opinion.
SAMPLE: Country Conditions Index, Religious and Ethnic Minorities in Afghanistan (Apr 2022)
A Human Rights First list of recommended country conditions reports on Afghan religious and ethnic minorities.
GW: The Risks Facing Hazaras in Taliban-Ruled Afghanistan (Mar 2022)
This article explains the risks facing Hazaras in Taliban-ruled Afghanistan.
VIDEO: ABA: Asylum 101 for Representing Afghan Parolees (Jan 2022)
HIAS and ABA asylum law training for affirmative asylum applications for Afghan parolees.
CLINIC: Practice Advisory for Afghan Clients (Jan 2022)
This CLINIC practice advisory for Afghan clients provides an overview of the various immigration benefits these Afghans might qualify for and the process for obtaining them.
NIJC: Procedural Manual For Asylum Representation (Nov 2022)
NIJC’s asylum manual provides an overview of the U.S. asylum process and provides basic guidelines for attorneys representing asylum seekers. None of these materials should be considered legal advice. Individuals are strongly encouraged to seek counsel from qualified immigration attorneys or Board of Immigration Appeals-accredited representatives before submitting applications for asylum.