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Find Legal Help through Own the Dream
by Own the Dream
To find a free or low-cost nonprofit immigration legal services provider, select your state or county at this site.
Border Crossing Law Firm
by Border Crossing Law Firm
At the Border Crossing Law Firm, we focus exclusively on immigration law and provide quality legal services that are affordable and effective. We believe that there is no such thing as an illegal human being, and we use our knowledge and experience to help immigrants obtain and keep legal status in the United States.
Websites of Foreign Embassies in the U.S.
by U.S. Department of State
Click this link to find the website for your home country's embassy in the U.S. From there, you may be able to find citizenship or consular help.
AILA's Immigration Lawyer Search
by American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)
A service provided by the American Immigration Lawyers Association.
National Immigration Legal Services Directory
by Immigration Advocates Network
Welcome to the National Immigration Legal Services Directory. Use the options below to search for immigration legal services providers by state, county, or detention facility. Only nonprofit organizations that provide free or low-cost immigration legal services are included in this directory.
Find Legal Services through USCIS
by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)
You can file USCIS forms yourself, but many people choose to have help. You may need help writing in the answers to questions on USCIS forms or translating documents into English. You can get this type of limited help from anyone. This person should only charge you a small fee and not claim to have special knowledge of immigration law and procedure.
Not sure what immigration benefit to apply for or which USCIS forms you need to file? Then you may need immigration legal advice.
How Can an Immigration Lawyer Help You?
by The American Immigration Law Foundation (AILF)
If you or a family member is interested in living in the United States, you may need someone who can help you understand U.S. immigration laws and who can help you apply for legal status. This page will help you decide if you need an immigration lawyer and what you need to know to choose a qualified lawyer or authorized representative.
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