Welcome to The AID Project!
The AID Project (Accessible Immigration Database) is a centralized, online database of country conditions reports, human rights accounts, and case-based materials for use by pro bono attorneys, retained attorneys and asylum seekers in U.S. asylum cases. The database will serve as both a research tool and a source of hard evidence for attorneys to submit to immigration court in support of, among other materials, asylum claims; Withholding, Deferral, and/or Cancellation of Removal claims; and requests for protection under the Convention Against Torture.
We Collect and Prepare Information
Our project centers on collecting relevant, up-to-date, case-specific information from asylum and other immigration cases from legal clinics and law schools around the country. We then compile our collected data in a database accessible to AID Project members, specifically pro bono immigration attorneys and legal advocates. We need your help to compile this data. Register to be a trusted contributed, and your information can serve to ameliorate the immigration appeal process for attorneys and applicants alike.
We Share Information
Sharing is our primary purpose. We provide our database of redacted, up-to-date, case-specific immigration information to trusted AID Project users. Register today to begin the process of putting our database to use!
Why Sign Up?
We want to help people seeking asylum. Unfortunately, any information we provide to the public could be used against the very people we aim to protect. Take a look at the legal details if you want to learn more.
To make sure the information we provide serves our mission, we ask users to sign up for free. Our team will review your application and give you an account, with which you can freely access any of our documents.