Immigration Advocates Network (IAN)

What We Do

Conveners

IAN convenes webinars that bring together lawyers, advocates and community members.

Know Your Rights

IAN leverages technology to get tailored information and resources to thousands of immigrants.

Tech Innovation

IAN develops apps and digital platforms that bring information and resources to immigrants to increase access to justice.

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Our Story

IAN, a program of Pro Bono Net, is dedicated to harnessing the power of technology and collaboration to support immigrants and their allies. IAN was created in 2007 by leading immigrants’ rights organizations, to increase access to justice for low-income immigrants and strengthen the capacity of organizations serving them. IAN creates tools, builds platforms for others, and works with partners to leverage technology and collective action to better support immigrants and their advocates.

IAN is committed to developing immigrant legal tech that is secure, easy to use, and designed for scale. IAN co-creates their tools with immigrant rights organizations, centering the experiences of immigrants and their families into the design of platforms. Projects like Immi provide an interactive platform for bringing individually tailored know-your-rights information to users. Citizenshipworks is a platform which guides immigrants through the citizenship application. IAN provides continuing support for the tools it develops based on the experience and feedback of the people who use them. IAN also works with local organizations and advocates to hone their tools and platforms for specific communities. Iterated from Immi, Women Step Forward, was developed for the National Domestic Workers Alliance (NDWA) which focuses on the needs of immigrant women.

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Organizaciones

Sobre Justicia + Poder

Este sitio web es un proyecto de la Red de Inmigración y Empoderamiento Jurídico, la cual ha sido convocada por el Instituto Bernstein para los Derechos Humanos y la Clínica de Justicia Global de la Escuela de Derecho de la Universidad de Nueva York. El sitio web forma parte de una iniciativa que busca documentar y hacer visible el gran impacto que tienen los programas de empoderamiento que promueven los derechos de solicitantes de asilo, refugiadxs e inmigrantes en Estados Unidos. Para obtener más información, o para unirse a la red, escribir a: law.bernstein-institute@nyu.edu.