In collaboration with the National Immigration Project (NIPNLG), IRAP released an Immigration Decision Tracker tool this March that advocates can use to identify U.S. government decisions relating to undesignated (Tier III) terrorist organizations. IRAP also published a blog in August that highlighted newly-released government data that advocates can use to Learn About Visa Interview Backlogs at Consular Offices Around […]
This summer, IRAP released a practice advisory on Avoiding Requests for Evidence in Refugee Family Reunification (I-730) Petitions. For German legal practitioners and advocates, IRAP and Equal Rights Beyond Borders (ERBB) published a guide, Reunited in Germany, providing information on steps to take after arriving in Germany through a family reunification pathway.
In May, IRAP released the USRAP Practice Guide, a first-of-its-kind, in-depth resource for advocates who are representing refugees overseas, along with the recording of the launch roundtable event featuring IRAP’s legal experts.
This manual is designed to assist attorneys and accredited representatives in representing asylees and refugees to reunify with family members and seek lawful status for family already in the United States. The manual gives an overview of applicable laws, regulations, and guidance concerning the I-730 petition process. It also provides practical information on how to […]