D. DETAINED UASC HAVE A RIGHT TO FREE COUNSEL
The three arguments discussed in the preceding sections could assist in providing a right to free legal counsel for all UASC navigating immigration proceedings in the United States. A narrower argument that is also open to advocates concerns the promotion of a right to free counsel for detained UASC.
C. FAIRNESS/ACCESS TO JUSTICE REQUIRES FREE LEGAL COUNSEL FOR UASC
B. CHILDREN TEMPORARILY OR PERMANENTLY DEPRIVED OF THEIR FAMILY ENVIRONMENT HAVE A RIGHT TO FREE LEGAL COUNSEL
III. POTENTIAL ARGUMENTS
This section identifies potential arguments, which could be utilized by U.S.-based advocates to promote a right to free legal counsel for UASC navigating immigration proceedings in the United States. The arguments are intended to provide a broad framework within which advocacy strategies and campaigns promoting a right to free legal counsel can be designed. Once advocates identify the most compelling and promising arguments, further research on the merits of these arguments will be undertaken.