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    I realize that a similar message has already been posted by me; however, I really have some good ideas and have done a lot of research. What I need now is to know if any lawyers are interested in working for a reduced fee to aid alien children. i f anyone knows a good person to talk to, please email me.
    Golika

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    I realize that a similar message has already been posted by me; however, I really have some good ideas and have done a lot of research. What I need now is to know if any lawyers are interested in working for a reduced fee to aid alien children. i f anyone knows a good person to talk to, please email me.
    Golika

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    • #3
      I would recommend that you post an email address that people could respond to privately. Attorneys do not usually like to publicize their willingness to work free.

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      • #4
        Alien Children ? I saw a movie with one starring Sigourney Weaver

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        • #5
          Not free, cheaper...any fee... just need to know who to talk to. Can anybody take some more work, and how much do you want? lombab@fccj.edu

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          • #6
            Check with Catholic Charities, they are numerous in florida.

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            • #7
              I got all of the following from the www.immigration.gov website :-)



              LIST OF PRO BONO REPRESENTATIVES:

              MIAMI AREA

              American Friends Service Committee
              1205 Sunset Drive
              South Miami, FL 33143
              Tel: (305) 665-0022 or 1 (800) 765-8875
              Spanish Spoken
              Will only take Guatemalan and El Salvadoran cases
              Will not represent detained aliens
              Will take Asylum Cases

              Florida Immigrant Advocacy Center, Inc. (FIAC)
              3000 Biscayne Blvd., Suite 400
              Miami, FL 33137
              Tel: (305) 573-1106
              Spanish, Creole and French Spoken
              Will take Asylum Cases

              Lutheran Services of Florida
              4343 W Flagler St. Suite 200
              Miami, FL 33134
              Tel: (305) 567-2511 Fax: (305) 567-2944
              Creole and Spanish spoken
              May represent aliens in detention, but only
              within Dade County, including Krome
              Processing Center. Will take Asylum cases.

              Farmer's Self-Help, Inc.
              37240 Lock Street
              Dade City, FL 33523
              Tel: (352) 567-1432
              Spanish spoken
              Will, in some occasions, accept collect calls
              Will not do Asylum cases

              TAMPA/ST. PETERSBURG AREA

              Simon Tsang, Esq.
              3837 Northdale Blvd., Suite 302
              Tampa, FL 33624
              Tel: (813) 265-8152 or (727) 547-6097
              Will take Asylum cases

              Catholic Charities of St. Petersburg, Florida
              6533 Ninth Ave., Suite 1-E
              St. Petersburg, FL 33170
              Tel: (813) 893-1311
              Spanish, Creole, Bosnian, Vietnamese, and
              Croatian spoken, Will not represent aliens in detention.
              May charge a minimal fee.

              Florida Immigrant Advocacy Center
              1402 New Market Rd. West, Suite
              Immokalee, FL 34142
              Tel: (941) 657-7442
              Spanish and Creole spoken
              Cases with meritorious defense priority will
              be given to Manatee Detention and residents
              of SW Florida only.

              ORLANDO AREA

              Immigrants Rights Center
              1468 S. Semoran Blvd.
              Orlando, FL 32807
              Tel: (407) 381-0465
              Spanish spoken
              May charge minimal fee
              Will take Asylum cases

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              • #8
                Wow...that is an amazing wealth of information. I cannot thank you enough! Let's hope that all goes well, every child deserves a chance!

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                • #9
                  As a future lawyer, why would I want to help someone for a reduced fee ? Law School costs $100,000. What will I get by helping some grint ? Grints are unappreciative spoiled brats that think the world owes them something. You get nudding for free.

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                  • #10
                    Most attorneys do a minimal amount of pro bono work....

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                    • #11
                      I will do pro bono work for animals and for victims of immigrant frauds !

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                      • #12
                        So you really intend to represent your look alike HEU

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                        • #13
                          Do I smell an ambulance chaser -- I mean PI attorney? I am aware of the cost of law school, and which private one are you attending? I finally found something I care about, so please don't rain on my parade. Not only is raising money for, and providing relief to children rewarding, it also looks great on a law school application. Perhaps you should take Professional Responsibility a little more serious, the Board of Bar Examiners does. What are the odds that I will have the pleasure of crossing your path someday...

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                          • #14
                            Michael, how can you be a lawyer when you have no capacity for abstract thought?

                            If, by some great miracle, you become a lawyer, you can represent the g.a.y population. By the time you finish law school, they will be divorcing like flies.

                            Otherwise, you can represent clowns.

                            By the way, ANIMALS don't use lawyers, but you are too dumb to know that, I reckon.
                            Sweet Madame Belu

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                            • #15
                              Josephine -- even if he does get accepted (to Nova) and manages to somehow graduate, he is bound to slip up eventually. There's no way the BBE would give him a bar card. They REALLY frown on thoughts as those expressed on this discussion board. Also, he stated that "grints" are spoiled and want something for free; I was talking about immigrant children entering this country alone, they wouldn't be here if they didn't have a reason. Michael really needs to do his homework before voicing his xenophobic opinion.

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