Legal clinics provide immigrants with trustworthy legal assistance. At the clinics, immigrants participate in brief, one-on-one consultations to receive free legal counsel on issues related to immigration and family law.
Welcome centers provide immigrants with personal help in a safe and comfortable environment. Volunteers answer questions, determine needs, and connect immigrants to other resources in the community.
Cultural adaptation classes help immigrants adjust to life in the United States. As they attend class each week, immigrants learn information and life skills that help them overcome fears and integrate into society. The classes also provide opportunities for immigrants to develop friendships with other people in the community.
Local attorneys address general immigration issues, and community organizations discuss helpful immigration resources. If immigrants need individual assistance, they may attend a legal clinic or visit a welcome center.