A group of students from the University of Wisconsin Law School will travel to the border with Mexico next month. They will be there to help immigrants during their asylum process. Nine students will be located in Dilly, Texas, doing the work for free. The team from Madison will prepare immigrants before their interview, help with translation during the process and make sure their pro-bono clients are treated fairly. Those immigrants aren’t provided attorneys as they try to earn entry to the U-S and, if they don’t make it through the interview stage, they could be deported.