||Immigration Legal Assistance Project
Applying for Deferred Action Status
Know Your Rights Under the Law
Starting Date: August 15, 2012
Immigration legal advice and assistance with immigration forms and legal referrals.
To volunteer, click here.
To make a donation to the Immigration Legal Assistance Project, click here
Sponsored by the Los Angeles County Bar Association
The Immigration Legal Assistance Project provides, for a nominal fee, legal assistance and counseling to all categories of low-income persons. The project also provides immigration "services" for the private immigration bar. The project uses its limited resources to:
- Provide immigration legal advice for U.S. Citizens, immigrants, and aliens.
- Prepare immigration and naturalization forms.
- Translate, certify, notarize, and copy documents.
- Tie in lawyer referral service and all appropriate social service agencies.
- Train law students, attorneys, and volunteers in all aspects of immigration law and procedures.
At the 2011 LACBA Installation Dinner, Jack Chihyao Sung received The Honorable Benjamin Aranda III Outstanding Public Service Award because of his volunteer work with the Immigration Legal Assistance Project. An immigrant himself, Jack faced the possibility of deportation because he was aged out of his parents' application. Granted a student visa, he was able to remain in the United States and attend Southwestern University School of Law. Driven by a desire to help immigrants in similar circumstances, he studied Immigration Law and made it his mission to help immigrants have a clear understanding of how the law impacts their lives.
Frequently Asked Questions
||What kinds of legal help can I receive?
The Immigration Legal Assistance Project provides advice and consultation on immigration law and can help you prepare various immigration forms, including, but not limited to:
- Adjustment of status
- Family petitions
- Conditional residency
- Lost green cards
- Travel permits
- Translations of Spanish language documents
- VISA packets
- Affidavits of support
||Where is the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Los Angeles District Office located?
The USCIS is located at 300 North Los Angeles Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012. The main information room is 1001. You may obtain all USCIS immigration forms at this room, or you may download the forms at the USCIS Webpage.
What is the attorney filing service, and how does it work?
The Immigration Legal Assistance Project charges an attorney service fee of $50 per InfoPass appointment. For a list of additional attorney services, please click here. All fees collected help fund the Los Angeles County Bar Association's legal services projects in the areas of immigration, domestic violence, and HIV/AIDS.
Applications can be sent to our mailing address at
P. O. Box 531968,
Los Angeles, CA 90053
Applications can also be dropped off at our office. We are located at:
300 North Los Angeles Street, Room 3107,
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Office hours are Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Our telephone number is (213) 485-1872.
How do I contact the Immigration Legal Assistance Project?
Our office does not give legal information over the telephone. You must come in person. We charge $20 for a consultation and nominal fees for other immigration applications. We are a walk-in clinic, so no appointments are necessary. Please bring all immigration forms and documents that you may have.
Our office hours are Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
We are not open on Saturday, Sunday or any Federal holiday. Our telephone number is (213) 485-0143.
All calls and inquiries are strictly confidential. We help all people who qualify for the project regardless of age, race, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, citizenship, religion, physical handicap, or physical condition.
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