The Legal Guidance Program in the United States will be suspended while an audit is carried out to determine the cost-effectiveness of this program, which was activated in 2003 and offers resources for the legal assistance of many immigrants, refugees , asylum seekers and holders of permanent legal residence. This allows immigrants to fight for their lives as it allows them to know their rights or the chances of staying in the United States; in this way the person feels more comfortable in front of a lawyer to ask him what he can do with his case with a broad criterion or knowledge, even when this case has no remedy within the law, and an opinion is accepted because the process is understood.

The program serves more than 50,000 per year in 38 detention centers and ensures that all detained immigrants receive the essential information they need to understand our legal complex.