Pro Bono Attorney Inquiry

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Only one-third of Wyoming residents with pending immigration court cases are able to find and pay for an immigration attorney, and that figure falls to barely over twenty-five percent for immigrants from Teton County. Volunteer attorneys can make a profound difference in their clients’ lives. Wyoming Immigrant Advocacy Project offers guidance and mentorship to private attorneys who are interested in learning more about immigration law and will commit to accepting case referrals from WIAP on a pro bono or “low bono” basis. If you are an attorney and would like to get involved, please complete the contact form below.