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Pro Bono Immigration Attorney

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ORGANIZATION: International Institute of Minnesota

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The International Institute of MN (the Institute) is authorized by the Department of Justice, Office of Legal Access Programs to provide immigration related services. Currently the Institute has two partially accredited representatives on staff that assist with completion of various immigration applications. Due to high demand for our service the Institute is pursuing accreditation for a third staff member.

Primary Duties & Responsibilities:
* Provide mentorship and direction to one Immigration Services staff member in their pursuit of partially accredited representative status.
* Meet regularly with Immigration Services staff member to provide case consultation and technical legal assistance, answer questions regarding immigration law and procedures.
* Write letter of recommendation for staff member’s accredited representative application (upon conclusion of time commitment).

Experience & Qualifications:
Immigration Attorney in good standing. Attorney must have malpractice insurance through their place of employment and provide a Certificate of Insurance listing International Institute of MN as an additional insured for malpractice as International Institute of MN does not hold insurance for pro bono attorneys.

Time Commitment:
* Meet monthly with Immigration Services staff member.
* Ability to commit for four months.

To apply:
Go to the International Institute of Minnesota’s website at

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About International Institute of Minnesota


International Institute of Minnesota, 1694 Como Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55108, US

Mission Statement

Helping New Americans achieve self-sufficiency and full membership in American life.


We deliver services and resources to assist New Americans in the transition to a new life leading to economic self-sufficiency. Working together, New Americans, volunteers, and staff create not only a new home, but also a new future for those who have been displaced. From language learning and job training to citizenship classes and the celebration of cultural traditions, the Institute offers New Americans a pathway for a strong start to a new life in our community - something we all benefit from.


Advocacy & Human Rights
Immigrants & Refugees
Justice & Legal
Advocacy & Human Rights, Immigrants & Refugees, Justice & Legal


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International Institute of MN1694 Como AvenueSt Paul, MN 55108



  • Immigration Law
  • Cross-cultural Communication
  • People Skills
  • Advocacy




  • Background Check
  • Orientation or Training
  • Ability to commit for four months.

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