You mean public defender? NO. This is an immigration question.
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Divorce law is inapplicable to your issues.
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No. There are no such things as public immigration lawyers. You must either pay for a private attorney or if you qualify, you may be able to find a nonprofit organization. Good luck!
Dhenu Savla, Esq.
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