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Findlaw

immigration.findlaw.com

Lists the official laws about immigration in effect in various US states

Chicanos por la Causa

www.cplc.org

(602) 257-0700

Housing, social services, economics, education, etc

Hispanic Women’s Organization of Arkansas

hwoa.org

479-751-9494

Cultural, education, community opportunities for Hispanic women and families in the state

USCIS Application Support Center

www.uscis.gov

Application support center in Spokane

USCIS Application Support Center

www.uscis.gov

Application support center in Yakima

USCIS Application Support Center

www.uscis.gov

Application support center in Seattle

The Connection for Women and Families

www.theconnectiononline.org

(908) 273-4242

Provides much needed community service programs such as English as a Second Language, special needs swimming and recreation, after school enrichment, cardio-pulmonary rehabilitation and support services for women with breast and gynecological cancers. In addition, The Connection offers a Scholarship Program, which assures that everyone can participate in our programs, regardless of their economic circumstance.

USCIS Application Support Center

www.uscis.gov

Application support center in Salt Lake City

USCIS Application Support Center

www.uscis.gov

Application support center in Saint Albans

Just Neighbors

www.justneighbors.org

703-979-1240

Legal and community services in Northern VA

USCIS Application Support Center

www.uscis.gov

Application support center in Norfolk

USCIS Application Support Center

www.uscis.gov

Application support center in Portland

Catholic Charities West Virginia

catholiccharitieswv.org

(304) 267-3071

Focusing on the reunification of families through immigration, Catholic Charities WV provides legal assistance to individuals eligible to apply for immigration benefits. In addition, we handle humanitarian relief in cases involving refugee and asylee benefits. We offer services for victims of domestic violence, certain other crimes, and human trafficking.

The West Virginia University Immigration Law Clinic

law.wvu.edu

(304) 293-7249

The West Virginia University Immigration Law Clinic has served scores of clients throughout the West Virginia and western Pennsylvania region since 1996. The clinic serves foreign citizens who are facing deportation, seeking asylum, and other immigration proceedings.

USCIS Application Support Center

www.uscis.gov

Application support center in Pittsburgh

Dane County Dept of Human Services

danecountyhumanservices.org

608-242-6474

All human services areas

The International Institute of Wisconsin

www.iiwisconsin.org

414.225.6220

The international institute facilitates services and programs for immigrants, refugees, and the community to assist with cooperation and integration into society. The institute’s goal is to help individuals and families obtain self-sufficiency and promote multi-cultural understanding throughout the community. From immigration and social services to refugee resettlement, the international institute provides educational and social opportunities for new Americans.

University of Wisconsin Law School - Immigrant Justice Clinic

law.wisc.edu

608-262-2240

The Immigrant Justice Clinic works to meet the legal needs of Wisconsin’s underserved immigrant community while training law students in cutting-edge aspects of immigration law. Under the supervision of IJC clinical faculty, students provide direct representation to low-income immigrants in removal proceedings, provide assessments of immigration consequences to noncitizens facing criminal charges, and assist immigrants in need of post-conviction relief.

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