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ASAP was founded in May 2015 as a volunteer effort led by four law school classmates: Conchita Cruz, Swapna Reddy, Dorothy Tegeler, and Liz Willis. The site includes videos and pro se information on immigration court procedure, how to file asylum applications, and more. The Asylum Seeker Advocacy Project (ASAP) is known in Spanish as Proyecto de Apoyo para Solicitantes de Asilo (PASA). There are also various resources for asylum seekers who do not have a lawyer. The initiative aspires from asylum seekers to able to use these resources to better understand the process and defend their rights. However, this information does not replace the representation of a competent attorney.
Title The Asylum Seeker Advocacy Project (ASAP)
Date launched 2015
Duration Ongoing
Type of Resource Videos
Purpose Other [Laws and procedures for applying for asylum]
Online or Blended OL
Learning objectives The Asylum Seeker Advocacy Project (ASAP) works to prevent wrongful deportations by connecting refugee families to community support and emergency legal aid.
Target group Spanish Speaking Refugees
Evaluation results/ monitoring plan The Annual Report for the year 2016-2017 is available here.
Recognition or certification of learning NA
Financing and sustainability model Major partners and supporters: Columbia Law School Immigrant Rights Clinic, Conant Family Foundation, Dwight Hall at Yale, ECHOING GREEN, Emerson Collective, Equal Justice Works, The Greater Sum Foundation, Gruber Program for Global Justice and Women’s Rights, Innovation Law Lab, J.M. Kaplan Fund, CATALYST, Robie and Scott Spector, Rockefeller Brothers Fund, Skadden Foundation, Worker and Immigrant Rughts Advocacy Clinic
Leading Organization Urban Justice Center
Contact Person Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Elearning resources for Spanish speaking refugees: