Tan buildings built into a hillside form the Amman cityscape. In the distance, there is a Jordanian flag and a minaret.

Our Offices

While our clients may be located anywhere in the world, IRAP staff primarily work out of five office locations.

North America: New York City and Washington D.C., United States of America

The majority of IRAP’s U.S. legal, litigation, and operational staff is located in New York City. We recently also opened an office in Washington D.C. to help facilitate our congressional advocacy.

About 45 IRAP staff members pose for a photo in a conference room at a staff retreat. Staff are arranged in several rows with some people standing, some people kneeling, and some people sitting on the floor.

Middle East: Amman, Jordan and Beirut, Lebanon

IRAP’s Jordan and Lebanon Offices provide direct legal assistance to refugees of all nationalities in need of protection and resettlement. Attorneys and caseworkers in Jordan and Lebanon help clients navigate the complex legal processes of UNHCR and resettlement host countries worldwide in order to reach safety through both traditional and complementary pathways, including UNHCR resettlement, direct access to the United States Refugee Admissions Program, humanitarian visas, and family reunification.

Three IRAP staff members are working in the Jordan office. One is seated in front of a laptop, two are standing - one appears to be speaking, while the other is reviewing documents.

Europe: Berlin, Germany

IRAP’s Europe office opened in Germany in 2021. Much of our Berlin-based team focuses its work on representing clients in European legal pathways. Among other projects, the office coordinates IRAP’s partnerships with UNHCR’s Office of the Special Envoy for the Central Mediterranean Situation and RefugePoint focusing on the reunification of unaccompanied refugee children with their family members in Europe and with Equal Rights Beyond Borders, which provides legal counseling and representation to asylum seekers in Dublin III family reunification procedures.

From a bridge over the Spree river in Berlin, Germany, we can see multiple ferry boats on the water. On the left side of the river are modern buildings and the Berlin Television Tower. On the righthand side of the river, is a historic stone building with a green patina dome and a gold spire.