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An experienced immigration attorney, Christopher Stender has more than 25 years of experience practicing in New York, Arizona, Nevada, and California. In addition, Christopher Stender has worked as an immigration attorney with nonprofits and charitable organizations aiming to provide immigrant representation, including the Florence Project.

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The Florence Project's Pro Bono Program

  1. 1. Christopher Stender, Immigration Attorney
  2. 2.  An experienced immigration attorney, Christopher Stender has more than 25 years of experience practicing in New York, Arizona, Nevada, and California. In addition, Christopher Stender has worked as an immigration attorney with nonprofits and charitable organizations aiming to provide immigrant representation, including the Florence Project. The Florence Project recruits and trains several attorneys who provide pro bono work on behalf of the organization. These attorneys provide an important service for their clients, who are typically detained immigrants in the midst of the deportation process.
  3. 3.  Depending on the dispensation of a certain case, pro bono attorneys may find themselves litigating before immigration judges, appeals courts, federal district courts, or even the Board of Immigration Appeals. Cases in The Florence Project’s pro bono sphere may range from challenging resident removals to assisting individuals with applying for asylum or citizenship status. Pro bono attorneys may also be called upon to help in post-conviction relief if circumstances allow. To learn more about The Florence Project’s pro bono program, email probono@firrp.org.

An experienced immigration attorney, Christopher Stender has more than 25 years of experience practicing in New York, Arizona, Nevada, and California. In addition, Christopher Stender has worked as an immigration attorney with nonprofits and charitable organizations aiming to provide immigrant representation, including the Florence Project.

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