Lawyers Helping Victims

 

 
 

Lawyers can make a difference in ending fraud against vulnerable immigrants clients. If you have encountered or worked with clients who have been victims of notario fraud, we encourage you to use these resources to assist victims and help end this type of fraud and abuse. The ABA and AILA have provided the following links to resources to help immigration lawyers help victims:​

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Ayuda partnered with Georgetown University Law Center’s Community Justice Project to develop resources on the options for accessing justice afforded to victims of notario fraud in the Washington, DC, area.

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