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US-Mexico Border Law Clinic

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$8,630
82%
Raised toward our $10,500 Goal
133 Donors
Project has ended
Project ended on February 10, at 12:15 PM EST
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And they are off!

January 20, 2019

Winter Storm Harper proved to be no match for our hearty, committed students!!  After 4 flight cancellations and re-bookings they will be in the air soon on their way to Texas.  Our team of #UBLawResponds US Mexico Border Clinic students are at the airport and ready to start their journey to Dilley, Texas where they will provide pro bono legal services to the women and children seeking asylum at the South Texas Family Detention Center.  

 

We can still use your support - please share this link with friends and family and help us reach our fundraising goal!  Stay tuned to our www.ublawresponds.com blog to hear updates on their journey. 

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$7

Days

7 - the number of days #UBLawResponds student attorneys will be in Dilley, Texas providing pro-bono access to legal help through CARA Family Detention Pro Bono Project.

$20

Average stay

20 days - the average number of days women and children are held in the South Texas Residential Center.

$95

Cases lost

95% - the number of immigrants who will LOSE their asylum case without the help of an attorney.

$110

Number of new people

There are 110 new immigrants brought to the detention center each day.

$550

Flights

The average cost of a flight from Buffalo to San Antonio, Texas to send a #UBLawResponds student attorney to provide pro bono legal services.

$1,100

Women and children detained

At any given time, there are 1100 women and children detained at the center.

$2,400

Maximum Capacity

The maximum number of women and children who can be housed at the Detention Center at any given time.

$25,000

Immigrants through the Center

In fiscal year 2018, 25,000 immigrants have already come through the doors of the South Texas Family Detention Center.