Are You a Yemeni-American Stuck in Yemen?

All citizens are entitled to protection from their government. The United States government has an obligation to protect their citizens in foreign nations. This is one of the fundamental reasons for the existence of U.S. consultates and embassies in foreign nations. Unfortunately, the United States government and embassies abandoned Yemeni Americans in February 2015. The American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC), Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), and Asian Americans Advancing Justice (AAJC) are collecting information from this intake form in an attempt to help Yemeni Americans currently in Yemen.

All information collected from this intake form will be kept confidential and private, unless written consent is received.

Stuck In Yemen Intake Form

Please complete a separate intake form for each U.S. Citizen who is stuck in Yemen.
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Disclaimer
The submission and delivery of this form does not, in and of itself, constitute the formation of an attorney client relationship between ADC, ALC, CAIR or any legal person, entity or group. Please be advised that, the submission and delivery of this form, does not thereby give rise to any of the legal or ethical protections of the attorney client relationship with respect to any legal privilege or ethical duty running between client and attorney, including without limitation, the attorney client privilege.

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