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Caitlin Brazill

Assistant Program Director

U.S. Department of Justice

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Assistant Program Director

Office of Legal Access Programs, Executive Office for Immigration Review, U.S. Department of Justice


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Immigration Legal Services - Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Washington

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Caitlin Brazill, a staff attorney with ILS, took the case in 2001.
Having already been denied asylum, Brazill knew the appeal process would be difficult. Everyday, they are asking, 'will we survive?'" said Brazill.


Catholic Charities | News

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We were not just fixing broken homes; we were helping heal broken lives," stated Caitlin Brazill, attorney with the Immigration Legal Services.


Catholic Charities | News

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Caitlin Brazill, a lawyer with ILS, took the case in 2001.
Having already been denied asylum, Brazill knew the appeal process would be difficult. ver the next two years, Angele and her two sons were stuck in court. Angele faced intense questioning from a zealous government prosecutor who made her recount the painful moments of torture, probing for reasons to deny her asylum. "You live everyday with instability, not knowing if this is the day your case will be denied and you are deported back to the country you were fleeing from," said Brazill. Everyday, they are asking, 'will we survive?'" said Brazill.


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