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Gulf Coast Immigration Information Center

Louisiana attorneys are encouraged to provide pro bono services to help indigent immigrants in need of legal assistance. This includes related state proceedings, as well as representation before USCIS and United States Immigration Court. Attorneys who volunteer through an accredited non-profit legal aid organization are eligible to earn CLE credits for pro bono work.

Visit "Immigration Justice" (American Immigration Lawyers Association, American Immigration Council, and American Bar Association) to view procedural guides, forms, and other template materials. It also includes information on the basics of legal research. 

FAQs on recent Immigration Enforcement Executive Actions: Interior Enforcement" (National Immigration Project - English): This resource discusses recent executive orders and potential changes in immigration law enforcement.