Increasing Access to Justice for Immigrants

The Immigration Pro Bono Network (IPBN) was created by OneJustice in 2013 in collaboration with the Immigrant Legal Resource Center (ILRC) to educate, train, and mobilize volunteer lawyers and law students to help expand pro bono legal services to immigrant communities in California.

Volunteer attorneys and law students are urgently needed to provide pro bono legal assistance to individuals seeking asylum from persecution, families who were separated at the border, immigrant youth attempting to apply or renew their DACA applications, and immigrants on their paths to citizenship.

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Since 2009, OneJustice has mobilized pro bono attorneys to provide legal assistance to immigrant communities in California. Our impact:

2,140+

pro bono volunteers recruited to support OneJustice immigration clinics!

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3,600+

legal consultations provided by pro bono attorneys at OneJustice immigration clinics!

Volunteer at our immigration clinics!

182+

Asylum, DACA, Naturalization, and general immigration clinics implemented throughout California!

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50+

removal defense cases successfully placed with pro bono attorneys!

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