Penn State Law and PIRC release toolkit on LPR cancellation of removal
As part of its mission to promote a modernized immigration system through representation of immigrant advocacy organizations, Penn State Law’s Center for Immigrants’ Rights has teamed up with the Pennsylvania Immigration Resource Center (PIRC) on various projects ranging from individual casework to policy-focused papers. Located less than a mile from York County Prison, PIRC has become the leading source of legal support to immigrants detained by the Department of Homeland Security in Pennsylvania. Today, the Center and PIRC released a toolkit for practitioners on LPR cancellation of removal.
A link to the press release and public version of the toolkit can be found here. Please note that sections of the public toolkit have been redacted. If you are a practitioner and would like to obtain the unabridged version of the toolkit, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
The toolkit should not be a substitute for reviewing the actual statute, regulations, or caselaw. Please consider the toolkit as a “living” document that we expect will require refinements and updates.