A program of the American Bar Association offering online responses to civil legal questions. See site to access the list of participating states and jurisdictions.
A national network of faith-based institutions, farmworker programs, domestic violence shelters, ethnic community-focused organizations, libraries, and other entities that serve immigrants. Search the site’s national directory for local affiliates.
Offers information for low-income immigrants through an online directory of legal service providers. Search by state, county, and detention facility as well as in multiple languages.
1201 L St. NW, Washington DC 20005
A national network of legal experts offering pro-bono legal representation, policy advocacy, and referrals for social services for unaccompanied migrant children in the U.S.
Helps people with low or moderate incomes find free legal aid programs in their communities, answers to legal questions, and help filling out legal forms.
A centralized national resource for legal aid, pro bono and criminal defense attorneys across the country on legal issues related to all types of disasters.
Defends and advances the rights of low-income immigrants.
3450 Wilshire Blvd, #108-62, Los Angeles, CA 90010
Washington DC: 202-216-0261
Berkeley, CA: 510-663-8282