A lovely summary of what we do and why we do it! This document details the design, principles, and implementation of WCCHR.
NOVEMBER 19, 2015
July 7, 2015
The Advocates for Human Rights has established its National Asylum Hotline, which will attempt to help recently released Central American migrants find the legal resources they need to complete their immigration into the United States. If there are no services available, volunteers and staff attorneys at the hotline might place the refugees’ cases with volunteer lawyers who may be able to help, or they might work to provide the refugee with other legal resources. The Asylum Hotline - (612) 746 - 4674.
PHR partnered with the Weill Cornell Center for Human Rights (WCCHR) in 2010, creating the first student-run asylum clinic at a U.S. medical school.