Chapman’s Pro Bono Counsel, Sara Ghadiri, was interviewed by HIAS about the firm’s work to support the Afghan Asylum Pro Se+ Project. Launched by the American Bar Association Commission on Immigration and refugee assistance agency HIAS, the program provides limited pro se representation for people from Afghanistan seeking asylum in the United States. Chapman has a long-standing partnership with HIAS and to date, has assisted 36 Afghan evacuees in the US with applying for asylum through the Pro Se+ Project. Read the article.

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