Asylum-seekers are facing an increasingly disorganized and confusing process at the U.S.-Mexico border, and the American Bar Association is calling on its members across the country to put their skills to use at the border.

On April 1, the American Bar Endowment, the 501(c)(3) charitable arm of the ABA, doled out a one-year, $150,000 grant to the ABA Commission on Immigration and its two immigrant-assistance organizations: Texas-based ProBar and San Diego-based Immigrant Justice Project.

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