Pro Bono volunteer opportunities exist in both of these service delivery programs, and may arise on an ad hoc basis in case-specific instances. For more information about NJP and a list of the NJP offices to call in your area regarding available volunteer opportunities, go to http: CLEAR volunteers receive client calls, have access to a comprehensive manual of legal resources for providing advice on a full range of high priority legal issues, provide referrals for extended services to other providers identified through an on-line database, and, if appropriate provide further limited scope representation on high priority matters. The Clinic provides limited advice and brief services to immigrant and refugee victims of domestic violence who are referred to the clinic by various domestic violence victim services programs, including shelters.
Natalie Hansen, Staff Attorney Citizenship Natalie is a staff attorney in and supervisor of NWIRP's citizenship unit where she represents lawful permanent residents in complex citizenship cases.
Natalie graduated with honors from Seattle University School of Law in He is licensed to practice in New York, but prefers to play with his children in Seattle. He assists victims of domestic violence and other violent crimes in completing applications for various forms of relief.
She first joined NWIRP in June as a staff attorney at our Tacoma office, where she represented immigrant detainees in removal proceedings. She primarily works with individuals that are in removal proceedings. At NWIRP, she maintains her strong passion to work at an organization committed to equality and justice for all people, irrespective of their immigration status.
Prior to joining NWIRP, Maha represented immigrants in a wide range of immigration matters with a focus on working with asylum seekers and clients in removal proceedings. Maha earned her J. She is licensed to practice in Texas. Droney on the U.
Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. He earned a J. She obtained her BA from Marietta College. Rocio has several years of experience working as an immigration paralegal and feels privileged to be able to help people of so many ethnicities and cultural backgrounds with their immigration matters.
She represents immigrant survivors of labor and sex trafficking. Stephanie obtained her B. Prior to joining NWIRP, Stephanie worked as a Litigation Associate at Kilpatrick Townsend and Stockton, and then as an immigration attorney through her solo practice, where she focused on representing immigrants who were detained and placed in removal proceedings.
Jenny received her B.
Before joining NWIRP, she was a staff attorney with the Florence Immigrant and Refugee Rights Project in Florence, Arizona, where she provided pro se assistance and direct representation to adults in detention facing removal.
Yessenia attended Seattle University for both her undergraduate and law degree. Janice Murray, Bookkeeper Janice has been working with non-profit organizations as a volunteer and as a professional for thirty six years.
He assists children who are currently in removal proceedings and typically works to obtain immigration relief through Special Immigrant Juvenile Status or Asylum. Previously he was working as a social worker for unaccompanied immigrant youth who were under the custody of the Office of Refugee Resettlement.
She was born in Puebla, Mexico and moved to Seattle when she was 15 years old. In her current role, her primary focus is working with survivors of crime.
She earned her A. She earned her J. Mozhdeh represents immigrant survivors of domestic violence affirmatively, before United States Citizenship and Immigration Services USCISand defensively, before the immigration court and the board of immigration appeals.
He worked in different capacities in the Federal Department of Agriculture of Mexico from He ran a private consulting office from She represents survivors of domestic violence and human trafficking obtain immigration relief through VAWA Self Petitions, U visas, T visas and asylum.
Ashley obtained her B. Ashley focused both her undergraduate and legal studies on immigrant advocacy in the states of Montana and Washington. Easterly of the District of Columbia Court of Appeals.Free legal information and self-help materials that provide information about non criminal legal problems affecting low-income people in Washington state.
Northwest Justice Project. The Northwest Justice Project (NJP) is a not-for-profit statewide organization that provides free civil legal services to low-income people from nine offices throughout the state of Washington. Each year, NJP assists more than 18, people in need of critical legal assistance.
The Northwest Justice Project (NJP) is a statewide non-profit organization with 17 offices in Washington State that provide free civil legal services to low-income people. NJP's mission is to provide high quality free legal services on priority problems to eligible low-income clients, either directly or through efficient and effective referrals.
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