You can click the blue “View All” button to look through the complete list of organizations.They provide help with filing and processing Immigrant Visa Applications, assistance with renewing employment authorization cards, green cards, and temporary protected status, assistance with filing naturalization and citizenship applications, assistance with processing deferred action for childhood arrivals (DACA) applications, legal representation before U. citizenship and immigration Services and the immigration court, English for speakers of other languages (ESOL) classes, civics classes, counseling on resources for housing, financial, and health needs.Advocates provide callers with basic and in-depth information and advocacy concerning the police, district attorney, criminal and family court, probation and parole, and social services such as shelter, housing, public assistance, and immigration.The office is open Monday through Friday am to 5pm. Day One provides provides free and confidential counseling, case management as well as legal advice, information and direct representation to young people aged 24 and under related to dating abuse.Legal Services NYC - Bronx's areas of priority and special projects include: Housing; Government Benefits; Family Law (including domestic violence); Education Law; Consumer Law; Employment Law; Low Income Taxpayers Clinic; Immigration; Foreclosure Prevention (Bronx Foreclosure Center is located at 851 Grand Concourse Bronx, New York 10451) They provide legal assistance and representation in a wide range of affirmative applications for immigration relief: Naturalization/citizenship, Family reunification, Employment authorization, Political asylum, T (trafficking victim) visas, U (crime witness/victim) visas, Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) protection, Temporary Protected Status (TPS), Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).
The Legal Advocacy Helpline provides domestic violence survivors with immediate access to legal information and advocacy.
Some of the services that are offered are clinical services, legal services (including family law, matrimonial law, and immigration law and more), shelter services and children’s programs, etc. South Brooklyn Legal Services provides legal assistance to domestic violence victims and low-income residents of Brooklyn.
They provide assistance with cases such as orders of protection, custody and visitation, child and spousal support, divorce, immigration issues related to domestic violence, economic and housing issues related to domestic violence, ACS, Foster Care and termination of parental rights.
They provide additional services for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender/gender non-conforming, queer and questioning youth who are struggling with intimate partner abuse.
HIAS is dedicated to ensuring that refugees know their rights, have access to legal aid, and that their host countries recognize their right to security.
Fee waivers may be obtained upon providing proof of financial hardship.