AsylumConnect expands legal offerings on catalog

With existing conditions under the current administration, more and more asylum seekers are facing detention and deportation in the United States. In response, AsylumConnect has expanded its resource catalog’s legal offerings beyond asylum application to include guidance on detention and deportation to enable LGBTQ asylum seekers to connect with legal aid – particularly pro bono support – as easily and quickly as possible. 

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AsylumConnect on Capitol Hill

On Thursday, March 8th, 2018, Katie Sgarro, AsylumConnect Co-Founder & President, traveled to Washington, D.C. to represent AsylumConnect on Capitol Hill. In honor of International Women's Day, Katie was invited to be a moderator for a unique panel discussion on female survivors of sexual violence seeking asylum in the U.S. The event, presented by the Refugee Alliance Network and supported by All Souls Church, took place at the Rayburn House Office Building, U.S. House of Representatives on Capitol Hill. 

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