If you are a not-for-profit organization, pro bono referral service, or lawyer in private practice and would like to be on the list of pro bono legal service providers, please refer to the admission requirements and application procedures under 8 C.F.R. § 1003.61 et seq. (80 Fed. Reg. 59503). Please read the instructions carefully and follow them when filling out the form. Paper applications should be submitted to: The Executive Immigration Review Office (EOIR), Policy Office, Office of Legal Access Programs (OLAP) maintains the list of pro bono legal service providers or the “List”. The list is published quarterly (January, April, July and October). The list is at the heart of EOIR`s efforts to improve the scope and quality of representation before its arbitrators and is an essential tool for informing individuals in EOIR proceedings of the pro bono legal services available. The rules for qualified organizations, pro bono referral services, and attorneys to be included in the list are found in the Code of Federal Regulations, 8 C.F.R. § 1003.61 et seq. (80 Fed.

Reg. 59503). Our WEstjustice privacy policy can be viewed here. WEstjustice is a designated victim service point under the Victims Charter. This means that when staff learn or reasonably should know that a client is a victim of a crime or a person affected by a crime (as defined in the Victims Charter), they must consider the principles of the Charter when dealing with them. WEstjustice is a community-based organisation that provides free legal aid to residents of Melbourne`s western suburbs. We are pleased to present our WEstjustice 2020-23 strategy. WEstjustice staff must inform clients of the grievance process under this policy if they raise concerns about compliance with the principles of the Victims Charter. The email must include an explanation of the requested change(s) and your contact information. The list is updated quarterly (January, April, July and October) and all update requests must be submitted at least 4 weeks before the end of the quarter in which you request an update. Providers whose applications are pending or who are currently on the list must notify the OLSP in writing within 10 business days if their contact information has changed, if any restrictions on the provision of pro bono legal services have changed, or if the provider is no longer eligible to be added to the list.

See 8 C.F.R. § 1003.66. If OLAP is not notified, the vendor name can be removed from the list. See 8 C.F.R. § 1003.65. We are pleased to present our WEstjustice Reflect Reconciliation action plan. We have offices in Footscray, Werribee and Sunshine as well as a range of local services. Visit our legal aid page to learn more. WEstjustice works in partnership with our communities to provide legal services to vulnerable people, build legal capacity in our community, and address systemic legal issues that affect access to justice. As required by law, EOIR maintains a list of pro bono legal service providers and a list of recognized organizations and accredited representatives.

See 8 C.F.R. § 1003.61 and § 1292.2. The information published on the list and on the list is provided to EOIR by pro bono legal service providers and recognized bodies. EOIR does not endorse any of these organizations, referral services or lawyers. In addition, EOIR does not participate in and is not responsible for the representation or performance decisions of these organizations, referral services or lawyers. We can help you with a variety of day-to-day legal issues, including consumer disputes, loans and debts, family law and domestic violence, fines, car accidents, rentals, juvenile justice and more. Victims can file a complaint with WEstjustice if they believe that the Centre has not respected the principle of the Victims Charter. If they are not satisfied with WEstjustice`s response, they can request a review by the Commissioner for Victims of Crime. The list is made available to individuals in immigration proceedings and includes information on non-profit organizations and lawyers who have committed to providing pro bono legal services at least 50 hours per year in front of the immigration court venue where they are on the list.