National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild

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National Immigration Project
of the National Lawyers Guild

The National Immigration Project (NIPNLG) is a national non-profit that provides legal and technical support to immigrant communities, legal practitioners, and all advocates seeking to advance the rights of noncitizens. For over 40 years, the National Immigration Project has been promoting justice and equality of treatment in all areas of immigration law, the criminal justice system, and social policies related to immigration. We are especially committed to working together with people who are marginalized to protect rights and to promote fairness. These include victims of crimes (such as intimate partner violence and workplace crimes), minors, and noncitizen criminal offenders. Our success is built upon a foundation of nationwide members and supporters, including attorneys, law students, judges, jailhouse lawyers, advocates, community organizations, and all individuals seeking to defend and expand the rights of immigrants in the U.S.

Please read our 40th Anniversary Annual Report, which includes a 40-year timeline of milestones, our programmatic priorities, funding sources, and more [PDF].



New "DAPA" Practice Advisory published for criminal defenders. More »

NIPNLG and Allies launch, a clearinghouse of information about the new federal immigration program. More »

New! Criminal Bars Alert for individuals applying for Administrative Relief. More »

Final Order in Duran Gonzalez v. Holder provides hundreds with chance to remain in U.S. with families.
More and Materials »

Resource - The Short Immigration Guide to How Arrests and Convictions Separate Families. More »


"Deportation 101" available in Spanish and English. More »


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Our members may receive
a $200 discount on
Kurzban's Immigration
Law Sourcebook 14th ed.

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