National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild

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Member Services & Benefits

Technical Assistance

As a member, you are entitled to technical assistance from one of our legal experts. Technical assistance requests are answered as expediently as possible; during busy periods, however, additional time may be required to provide you with a complete response.

The preferred method for requesting Technical Assistance from our staff is via email.

Please include “Member Question” in the SUBJECT line of your email. If you contact NIPNLG by telephone, please identify yourself as a current member.

(Click here for a full description of NIPNLG Member Benefits.)

Dan Kesselbrenner, Executive Director
617-227-9727 ext. 2
dan@nationalimmigrationproject.org
For questions regarding:

  • Immigration consequences of criminal convictions
  • Post-conviction relief
  • Deportation and removal defense
  • Enforcement issues
  • Deferred Action Programs

Paromita Shah, Associate Director
617-227-9727 ext. 1
paromita@nationalimmigrationproject.org
For questions regarding:

  • Deferred Action Programs
  • Enforcement issues (and immigrants' rights and response)
  • Bond and detention
  • Gang-related issues

Trina Realmuto, Staff Attorney
617-227-9727 ext. 8
trina@nationalimmigrationproject.org
For questions regarding:

  • Federal court litigation
  • Government accountability
  • Deportation and removal defense
  • Political rights of noncitizens
  • Litigation strategy

Sejal Zota, Staff Attorney
617-227-9727 ext. 108
sejal@nationalimmigrationproject.org
For questions regarding:

  • Immigration consequences of criminal convictions
  • Padilla issues and post-conviction relief
  • Deportation and removal defense
  • Deferred Action Programs re: crimes

Ellen Kemp, Director of Legal Advocacy
617-227-9727 ext. 4
ellen@nipnlg.org
For questions regarding:

  • Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)
  • U Visa for undocumented crime victims, including intimate partner violence and workplace crimes
  • T Visa for victims of labor or sex trafficking

    Rosa G. Saavedra Vanacore, DACA Fellow
    617-227-9727 ext. 6
    rosasv@nationalimmigrationproject.org
    For questions regarding:

    • Deferred Action Programs (DACA, DACA+, DAPA)

Technical Assistance
© Photo by Fred Askew

Standing up for immigrants at the Mexican Consulate.

October 7, 2006

 

 

 

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