As detailed in Show Trials, nearly 60% of all noncitizens in immigration proceedings do not have a lawyer. For those in need of pro bono legal assistance in their immigration cases, here is a list of resources to consider for both assistance and also for access to more information on the current immigration reform movement within America.
For other regions around the United States, the following links provides useful resources on a state-by-state basis:
The Executive Office of Immigration Review has listings of pro bono programs here.
The American Bar Association’s Pro Bono resources.
The American Immigration Lawyers Association also provides links to pro bono immigration services.