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Reflections from a Volunteer Interpreter

"Juan Daniel walks through the waiting area of the immigration courthouse dressed in blue jeans, light blue long-sleeved button down shirt, and black sneakers. He wears a narrow dark blue tie that reaches to the top of his belly. With court clothes that his family had stored in his back pack before he crossed the border, Juan Daniel came prepared to appear before a judge some day. " A blog post reflecting upon a week of pro bono volunteering at the South Texas Pro Bono Asylum Representation Project (ProBAR) in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas, by a volunteer interpreter.

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