IRLI is always looking for cases that could set important legal precedents. If you are involved in or know of a matter that might interest us, please fill out the form. Case ideas can be given anonymously, but we suggest you provide your email or phone number if you want us to follow up with you. We will not disclose your identity without your permission.
Requests for assistance should include a brief description of the problem and full contact information. Our resources permit us to assist only in a small percentage of the cases where legal help is requested. Much of IRLI’s caseload consists of “test cases” where the broader interests of the public are at stake as well as those of the named clients. We provide these legal services as a public service on a non-profit basis.
If you possess information on immigration-related misconduct, waste, fraud, or abuse, please fill out the form. Tips can be given completely anonymously, but we suggest you leave your email or phone number if you want us to follow up with you. We will not disclose your identity without your permission.
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Submitting a request does not guarantee an appearance. If you need further assistance or have any questions, please contact Brian Lonergan at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (202) 232-5590.
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Attorneys United for a Secure America (AUSA) is a non-partisan affiliation of talented attorneys dedicated to pursuing cases that serve the national interest when it comes to immigration law.
If you are interested in joining the network, visit the AUSA website.