You may be eligible for help securing your immigration status if you have been a victim of any of the following (regardless of where in the world it occurred):
- Domestic violence
- Sexual assault
- Child abuse
- Human trafficking
- And other serious crimes
We can also help with issues around:
- Asylum and refugee status
- Minors fleeing violence in their home country and coming to the United States without their parents (unaccompanied minors)
- Adjustment of Status (green card applications)
- Naturalization (citizenship)
- Family reunification
- Removal defense
We also help people who have been battered or subjected to extreme cruelty (regardless of where in the world it occurred), for example survivors of domestic violence, child abuse victims, and torture survivors, through our Torture Survivors Project.
Lastly, we have a dedicated team of attorneys and advocates who work with Asian Pacific Islander clients and communities, and can provide legal services for limited English proficient individuals.
Have questions about the public charge rule? See our Know Your Rights post.