The Asylum Seeker Advocacy Project (ASAP) has created and compiled the following resources for individuals seeking asylum in the United States. Our hope is that asylum seekers will use these resources to better understand the process and defend their rights. However, this information is not a substitute for advice from an attorney.
ASAP has compiled resources on how to find legal assistance and social services, including lists of lawyers and nonprofit organizations.
ASAP regularly posts announcements about changes to immigration laws and other important updates.
Click below to find information about work permits for ASAP members and the CASA lawsuit.
ASAP has compiled responses to common questions we have received from asylum seekers who are in deportation proceedings in immigration court.
See examples of immigration documents that you may receive from the government, and click on them to learn what they are.
ASAP has published several legal toolkits for attorneys and other advocates who assist asylum seekers, including sample applications.
ASAP has compiled a variety of useful resources from other immigrant rights organizations.