Justice for the Most Vulnerable Immigrants and Refugees



Providing relief and justice.

We provide affordable legal services to low income immigrants and their families. We have helped thousands seeking work authorization, relief from deportation, and comfort. We also train volunteers, attorneys, law students and communities of faith to help us carry out our mission and advocate for the rights of our immigrant neighbors.

We are making a difference.

We believe that many barriers exist for our immigrant neighbors to find work and remain in the United States with their families and friends. That’s why our programs and services are aimed at providing relief from the threat of deportation, violence, and poverty. Last year we served immigrants who became victims of violent crime while living in the United States. We trained volunteers to help hundreds of applicants for the new Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, and DACA is still available for some of our immigrant neighbors.

cases involving escape from violence, citizenship, or work authorization in 2014

in-kind services from volunteers, board members, pro bono attorney hours, and donated items

successful applications for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals