As the refugee crises started in 2015, southern European countries had to deal with an increased number of immigrants arriving to their costs. Due to the still valid Treaty of Dublin, countries of arrival of immigration flows had to adapt their legal systems in order to manage the increased number of requests for protection. In Italy, actors such as NGOs gave their contribution in implementing the two integration programs designed by the Italian State for asylum seekers and refugees. An NGO in Sardinia is the case study of my research. Using literature on immigration issues, borders safety, NGOs partnerships and educational justice, this research questions whether the NGO was able to support the educational path of immigrant students in the period of time immigrants have to spend with the NGO waiting for their request to be accepted or rejected. It examines whether the policies decided at international, national, and especially local level – by the NGO – facilitate the educational path and consequently the integration process of immigrants.