Acceso Latino

Legal Guidance

DACA Counseling

Lineamiento sobre el programa DACA

Recommendations and updated information from the current U.S. administration.

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NALEO Bilingual Line

The National Association of Latino Elected Officials (NALEO),
provides updated information on DACA.

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Migrawatch phone number

Help in immigration detention and deportation cases for people in the DACA program. Reporting ICE activities in your community.

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Hispanic Federation phone number

Information on procedures and work permits.

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Supporting Content for Legal Orientation

Free lawyers


Learn about your options to stay in the U.S. from a legal expert, free of charge.

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Immigration Law Help

Online directory with more than 1,000 free or low-cost immigration lawyers in the U.S.

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Lawyers without Borders

Network of immigration lawyers in Mexico.

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Ask the lawyer

Consult directly and free of charge with an immigration lawyer from immigration.com for any questions you may have regarding immigration procedures.

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Attorneys at Law


American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA): Network of immigration attorneys in the United States for a fee.

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Low cost attorneys, certified by the Board of Immigration Appeals.

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Matters with the immigration authority

Know the progress of your immigration process

Toll-free telephone number to request information from USCIS. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday, 8am to 8pm Eastern Time.

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Report immigration frauds here

Report any immigration fraud to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Toll free from the U.S. and Canada.

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Check if you have a deportation order

Find out if there is a deportation order against you, EOIR (Office of Immigration Review):

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Apoyos Adicionales

Search for misplaced migrants

Learn information on how to find a missing migrant person regardless of the situation or condition of their disappearance.

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Mi Familia Vota

Mi Familia Vota es una organización nacional de compromiso cívico sin fines de lucro que une a los latinos, inmigrantes y comunidades aliadas para promover la justicia social y económica a través de talleres de ciudadanía, registro de votantes y participación electoral. Mi Familia Vota opera en Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Nevada y Texas.

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