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  • Workers' Rights Handbook

    Handbook on workers rights including the rights of immigrant workers. The original Philadelphia area handbook was created by Community Legal Services, Friends of Farmworkers and the Villanova Law School Clinical Program based on a publication created by the Chinatown Community Youth Leadership Project, a program of Asian Americans United. [PDF] Content Detail

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    Justice At Work
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  • Beware of Dishonest Immigration Consultants [PDF]

    Brochure from the National Consumer Law Center discussing how to look out for dishonest immigration consultants. [PDF] Content Detail

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    National Consumer Law Center
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  • Notarios Notorios (Notorious Notarios) (Video)

    A notary public in America is not the equivalent of a notario publico in Spanish-speaking countries like Mexico. A notary public is not a lawyer and is not authorized by the state to give legal advice or provide legal services. This video from the Visual Legal Advocacy Project at Penn Law, which is in Spanish and English, is intended to assist consumers in avoiding confusion between notaries and notarios when seeking legal help with immigration matters. (19:38) Read More

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    Visual Legal Advocacy Project - Penn Law
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  • Self Help Asylum Guide: Seeking Protection in the United States

    Penn State Law in University Park Center for Immigrants’ Rights Clinic (CIRC), in collaboration with the University of Maine School of Law Refugee and Human Rights Clinic, the Immigrant Legal Advocacy Project, and Thrive International Programs, has published this guide for the purpose of providing step-by-step instructions to assist individuals seeking asylum, withholding of removal, or Convention Against Torture (“CAT”) protection without the assistance of an attorney in the United States. The guide is available in English, French and Spanish. Content Detail

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    Penn State Law
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