USCRI has been serving immigrants by providing legal services since 1911.
The Immigration Legal Services Program offers low-cost, professional legal representation to low-income refugees and immigrants and their families with family- and humanitarian-based immigration matters.
The Legal Services Program offers a variety of legal services, including, but not limited to the following:
- Special Immigrant Juvenile Status
- Family-Based Immigration Petitions/Applications
- Consular Processing
- Adjustment of Status Applications
- Work Authorization
- Green Card Renewal Applications
- Self-Petitions for Battered Spouses and Children
- Temporary Protected Status
- T Visa (victims of human trafficking)
- U Visa (victims of crime)
- Removal of Conditions to Permanent Resident Status
- Removal Proceedings
Our attorneys in Albany, NY; Des Moines, IA; Raleigh, NC; San Diego, CA; Washington, D.C.; Atlanta, GA; Austin and Dallas, TX; Denver, CO; Detroit, MI; and Richmond, VA, assist families by defending their rights, promoting self-sufficiency, and forging community partnerships. With our help, refugees and immigrants are able to begin their lives in the United States with a sense of security and with the knowledge that their families are protected and respected.
Consultations are by appointment only. Please contact your local office to verify which legal services the office provides and to schedule an appointment.
Legal Services Locations and Contact Information
Des Moines: 515-344-3367
San Diego: 619-882-3821
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