June 15, 2018

Immigration Legal Service Providers Directory

Immigration Legal Service Providers Directory

To locate contact information for free or low-cost legal services
for immigrants and refugees in your area, please click on any state in the map below
Alabama Hawaii Michigan North Carolina Utah  
Alaska Idaho   Minnesota   North Dakota Vermont
Arizona Illinois Mississippi Ohio Virginia
Arkansas Indiana Missouri Oklahoma Washington
California Iowa Montana Oregon West Virginia
Colorado Kansas Nebraska Pennsylvania Wisconsin
Connecticut Kentucky Nevada Rhode Island Wyoming
Delaware   Louisiana New Hampshire South Carolina  
District of Columbia Maine New Jersey South Dakota  
Florida Maryland New Mexico Tennessee  
Georgia Massachusetts New York Texas  

For a list of National Immigrant Advocacy Organizations, please click here . 

Post-Deportation Human Rights Project
The Post-Deportation Human Rights Project provides advice, support, and representation for those who have been deported from the United States and their families.  For more information, visit
http://www.bc.edu/centers/humanrights/projects/deportation/ .

HIAS-Prins Refugee Program
The HIAS-Prins Refugee Program provides legal representation for artists, scientists, scholars, and other professionals and their families who have faced persecution at home and are seeking protection in the United States.  For more information, contact Simon Wettenhall at 212-613-1454.

For a list of State and Local bar Associations, please click here.

The information in this map is provided as a public service by the American Bar Association's Commission on Immigration. While this information is about legal contacts, it is not legal advice or legal representation. Because of the rapidly changing nature of the law and our reliance upon outside sources, we assume no responsibility for, and make no warranty or guarantee about, the accuracy or reliability of information, advice, or services provided by any organization listed in this map. We welcome your comments, questions, concerns and suggestions about the usefulness of this information. You may contact the Commission at 202/662-1005 or immcenter@abanet.org .

The Commission does not provide legal advice to individuals,
and is therefore unable to respond to requests for legal assistance .

National Immigrant Advocacy Organizations

American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC)

Phone: 202-244-2990
E-mail: legal@adc.org
Website: http://www.adc.org

American Civil Liberties Union-Immigrants’ Rights Project

Phone: 212-549-2660
Fax: 212-549-2654
E-mail: immrights@aclu.org
Website: http://www.aclu.org/immigrants/

American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)

Phone: 1-800-954-0254
E-mail: ilrs@aila.org
Website: http://www.aila.org/

 Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc. (CLINIC)

Phone: 202-635-2556
E-mail: national@cliniclegal.org
Website: http://www.cliniclegal.org

Detention Watch Network
Phone: 202-393-1044
E-mail: ablack@detentionwatchnetwork.org
Website: http://www.detentionwatchnetwork.org/

Immigration Equality

Phone: 212-714-2904 x 25
E- mail vneilson@immigrationequality.org
Website: http://www.immigrationequality.org/

Justice for Our Neighbors – UMCOR

Phone: 240-450-1186
E-mail: general@jfon-umcor.org
Website: http://new.gbgm-umc.org/umcor/work/immigration/jfon/

National Immigration Project (NIP)

Phone: 617-227-9727
Website: http://www.nationalimmigrationproject.org

United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees

Phone: 202-296-5191; 888-272-1913
Fax: 202-296-5660
E-mail: info@usaforunhcr.org
Website: http://www.usaforunhcr.org