It highlights issues that current directors of immigration legal service programs should address to prepare for legalization before and after the immigration law changes.
This outline is not an exhaustive list of recommendations. Instead, it is intended to initiate dialogue, among the leadership and staff of immigration legal service agencies, on whether and how such agencies might best adapt these recommendations to the circumstances of their programs. As the dialogue progresses, the leadership and staff of agencies will surely identify other inter-related and complimentary issues. The ultimate goal is to help existing immigration legal service agencies to provide high quality legal services during a period of expected high demand for (and strain on) legal services by millions of undocumented people.
The outline is addressed to directors of immigration legal service programs.
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