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Get Involved

Our volunteer network is made up of hundreds of highly skilled attorneys, doctors, counselors, and other professionals who donate their time and expertise to help us further our mission. This talented group of professional volunteers at American Gateways significantly amplifies the impact of your donation.
For Attorneys

American Gateways’ panel of more than 300 volunteer attorneys brings the region’s best legal minds to bear in support of our clients. All pro bono attorneys with American Gateways will have access to one-on-one mentorship, regular trainings, office support, and the latest legal resources. To learn more, sign up below or contact Edna Yang.

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Internship Opportunities

We offer internships to undergraduate, graduate, and law students in the fall, spring, and summer terms. All internship opportunities are currently offered remotely, with potential opportunities for in-person activities pending COVID-19 developments.


Please contact Laura Flores-Dixit to learn more.

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Non-Attorney Volunteers

Beyond legal casework, American Gateways has a number of volunteer opportunities, ranging from translation and interpretation services, administrative work, data management, forensic medical exams, and more. To learn more, sign up below or contact Graciela Salazar.

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Employment Opportunities

Staff Attorney (Removal)

Will provide high-quality immigration legal services to low-income immigrants in removal proceedings before the Immigration Court. Staff attorneys are also required to maintain data, case databases, and files and provide reports. Education and outreach to the immigrant community on various legal issues.

Please email resume and cover letter to

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Legal Director, Litigation, Dell, Inc.

“I have witnessed firsthand the tremendous positive impact that American Gateways has on the immigrant community in Austin. Working on a number of asylum matters under the guidance of the American Gateways staff has been some of the most meaningful work of my professional career.”
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