Asylum Seeker Advocacy Project (ASAP) launched a comprehensive guide for asylum seekers

by | Mar 31, 2022 | Asylum, Refugee, Immigration, Not In USe

Submitted By Billie Fidlin, Director of Justice & Outreach

New Resources from our UCC colleague and judicatory leader Rev. Bill Lyons.

“Our immigration ministry partners have shared the following resources with us. They are free and available for anyone to use. We offer them to Roundtable participants and pray they are a blessing to you.”

We are excited to share that Asylum Seeker Advocacy Project (ASAP) has launched a comprehensive guide for asylum seekers that includes answers to over 100 frequently asked questions (FAQs)! These expanded FAQs are in English and Spanish and include information for asylum seekers in both affirmative and defensive proceedings. They also include information about the current rules regarding work permits for asylum seekers, which we hope will be useful for asylum seekers and practitioners alike.

We have also recently added many new explainer videos! On ASAP’s youtube channel you can find English and Spanish playlists with videos about seeking asylum in immigration court and seeking asylum with USCIS.

We hope you find these resources useful – please share with any and all asylum seekers you think would find this useful, regardless of whether they are members of ASAP!

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Author: Billie K. Fidlin

Billie K. Fidlin is the Director of Outreach & Justice for the Desert Southwest Conference. She is a graduate of Western Michigan University and attended Claremont School of Theology for religious studies. Ms. Fidlin currently serves as the President of the Arizona Faith Network in her second term. She is President & Founder of Whisper n Thunder Inc., and sits on various boards including the Justa Center. Her awards include the UM Foundation for Evangelism 2004 Distinguished Evangelist; 2016 Church Women United / United Nations Human Rights Award; 2018 Servant Leader Award AZ Faith Network; 2022 Southern Poverty Law Center Certificate of Recognition; and 2022-23 Class of Who's Who in America.
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