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This website contains resources for attorneys and advocates who represent or advocate on behalf of noncitizens vulnerable to immigration enforcement actions. Resources include but are not limited to training materials, practice advisories, sample pleadings, government-issued policy memoranda, significant case law, related articles, checklists, know-your-rights materials, public education information, training materials, and links to additional resources. The National Immigration Project provides this information as a service to the reader seeking information concerning fair and just treatment of immigrants under the law.

DISCLAIMER: This site is intended to assist with legal research, legal strategies, and matters pertaining to immigration enforcement and detention, and to create awareness of additional available resources. The information contained herein is not intended as a substitute for legal counsel or for individual legal advice supplied by a lawyer familiar with a client's case, and should therefore not be used as a substitute for independent legal research. Due to the comprehensive nature of this topic and the ongoing development of the law in many related areas, users are advised to conduct independent legal research on the topics covered within this website.