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Lawyer Resources

Lawyer Resources

We are committed to facilitating a coordinated effort across Canada and beyond the border as thousands of lawyers around the world come together to fight the ban. The following resources will help you get oriented to the issue and will support information gathering and legal support provision.* 


Community Outreach Resources

  1. A checklist for how to conduct community outreach;
  2. A Know Your Rights Guide from the International Refugee Project, current as of June 28, 12 PM EST with the best available up to data information about the ruling and how affected individuals should proceed;
  3. Guidance from the US Department of Homeland Security regarding the implementation of the travel ban;
  4. A briefing note from the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), regarding the Department of Homeland Security and Department of State implementation of the Executive Order;
  5. The US Supreme Court decision from June 26, 2017 reinstating parts of Trump's original Executive Order;
  6. Executive Order 13780 also known as EO-2;
  7. Documents to collect information from travellers affected by the Executive Order. These standardized forms can be used to collect statements from willing volunteers who consent to provide this information for potential use in strategic litigation efforts. Legal volunteers are responsible for obtaining informed, voluntary consent and providing appropriate privacy and security protection for the completed forms. Completed forms should be submitted by email to the Coalition at info@ccblc.org;
    1. A Short-form Declaration for Travellers affected by the ban;
    2. A Long-Form Declaration designed by a collection of US organisations and the Cover Note that goes with it;
  8. Flyers that can be distributed at community centres, airports, or with other organizations:
    1. In English;
    2. In French;
  9. A spreadsheet to track organizations that have been contacted. Completed forms should be submitted by email to info@ccblc.org.

Airport Resources

  1. A Know Your Rights Guide from the International Refugee Project, current as of June 28, 12 PM EST with the best available up to data information about the ruling and how affected individuals should proceed;
  2. Guidance from the US Department of Homeland Security regarding the implementation of the travel ban;
  3. A briefing note from the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), regarding the Department of Homeland Security and Department of State implementation of the Executive Order;
  4. The US Supreme Court decision from June 26, 2017 reinstating parts of Trump's original Executive Order;
  5. Executive Order 13780 also known as EO-2;
  6. Documents to collect information from travellers affected by the Executive Order. These standardized forms can be used to collect statements from willing volunteers who consent to provide this information for potential use in strategic litigation efforts. Legal volunteers are responsible for obtaining informed, voluntary consent and providing appropriate privacy and security protection for the completed forms. Completed forms should be submitted by email to the Coalition at info@ccblc.org;
    1. A Short-form Declaration for Travellers affected by the ban;
    2. A Long-Form Declaration designed by a collection of US organisations and the Cover Note that goes with it;
  7. Signs to let people know who you are and what you are doing there:
    1. In English;
    2. In Arabic;
    3. In Farsi;
  8.  Some links that can help provide additional information:
    1. U.S. Customs Border Protection declaration;
    2. Globe and Mail news story “Trump's Travel ban comes back: what's happened so far and what you need to know“;
    3. PRI news article "US supreme court partially reinstates travel ban, will hear arguments in October";
    4. New York Times article "Stepsister, yes; Grandma, no: US sets guidelines for revised travel ban";
    5. Refugees International blog post "Q&A on the Supreme Court 'Travel Ban' decision".

* Provided with thanks to the many dedicated organizations and individuals who have created and provided these resources.