The Community Health Law Partnership Clinic has successfully negotiated for immigration benefits, including deferred action and employment authorization, from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services for noncitizen workers who survived gas leaks while employed at a poultry processing plant. The clinic’s representation has included facilitating Department of Labor witness testimony as part of federal investigations into these matters, which led to the deaths of several coworkers. Law students involved in this advocacy included 2022 graduates Navroz N. Tharani and Ariane C. “Ari” Williams, third-year students Victoria Hiten Carabello, Savannah L. Grant, Zakary D. Pearsall and Nia N. Waller, and second-year students Andrew M. Dietz and Madeleine B. “Maddie” Hoss. They were assisted by Clinic Paralegal Sarah Ehlers and supervised by Associate Dean Jason A. Cade and Staff Attorney Kristen Shepherd.