Legal Services


American Immigration Lawyers Association

Suite 300, 1331 G St.
Washington, DC 20005
 
P: 202-507-7600
W: http://www.aila.org

Provides continuing legal education, information, professional services, and expertise. To find a lawyer near you, go to their website and click "find an immigration lawyer" under quick links.

CAIR Coaltion

1612 K St NW #204,
Washington, DC 20006
 
P: 202-331-3320 ext. 7027
W: http://www.caircoalition.org

Visit Maryland & Virginia immigrant detention centers & provide free legal services for qualifying detained immigrant adults.

CASA Baltimore

2224 E. Fayette St.
Baltimore , MD 21231
 
P: 410-732-7777
W: http://www.wearecasa.org

Legal Consultations on diverse legal matters, Citizenship preparation and N-400 application assistance, employment and wage theft cases, DACA application assistance.

Esperanza Center | Catholic Charities of Baltimore

430 S. Broadway
Baltimore , MD 21231
 

Assist clients and their family members seeking to obtain, extend or retain lawful immigration status or citizenship in the United States.

International Rescue Committee in Baltimore

1900 N. Howard St Ste 200
Baltimore , MD 21218
 
P: 410-327-1885
W: http://www.rescue.org

Refer refugees, asylees and other documented humanitarian immigrants for free English as a Second Language (ESL) classes.

Justice for Our Neighbors

3405 Gough St.
Baltimore , MD 21224
 
P: 240-825-4424
W: http://www.njfon.org
E: [email protected]

Provides free legal services to low-income immigrants as they go through the difficult and complex immigration process.

Kids in Need of Defense

1800 N. Charles Street, Suite 810
Baltimore , MD 21201
 

National network of attorneys who represent unaccompanied children in their search for safety; including children who have been persecuted in their home countries, trafficked to the U.S., and abused, abandoned or neglected.

Maryland Disability Law Center

1500 Union Ave. Suite 2000
Baltimore , MD 21211
 
P: 410-727-6352
W: http://www.mdlclaw.org

Legal services to persons with disabilities; Cases regarding housing, transportation, Medicaid, and Social Security law as it relates to persons with disabilities who are employed.

Maryland Legal Aid

500 East Lexington St.
Baltimore , MD 21202
 
P: 410-951-7777
W: http://www.mdlab.org

Services regarding bankruptcy, foreclosure, landlord- tenant disputes, denials of government benefits, child custody & visitation, HIV/AIDS services, wage and unemployment claims, employment discrimination, veterans' benefits, senior legal Services, and domestic violence.

Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland

520 West Fayette St.
Baltimore , MD 21201
 
P: 410-837-9379
W: http://www.probonomd.org

Offer a variety of services related to consumer protection, family mediation, foreclosure prevention, veterans' benefits, as well as legal representation and counseling for unaccompanied minors.

Public Justice Center

1 North Charles St. Suite 200
Baltimore , MD 21201
 
P: 410-625-9409
W: http://www.publicjustice.org

Seeks to protect and expand the rights of lowwage and poverty-stricken immigrants in Maryland. Specifically concerned with wage theft, consumer law issues, housing abuses and want to ensure that immigrants have access to state courts, programs and agencies.

Tahirih Justice Center

201 N Charles St., Suite 920
Baltimore , MD 21201
 
P: 410-999-1900
W: http://www.tahirih.org
E: [email protected]

Work to obtain legal and social justice for women and girls as a critical step in making equality a reality. Services include screening, assessment, counsel and advice, and/or full-scale legal representation.

Women’s Law Center of Maryland

111 N Calvert St., Room 100
Baltimore, MD 21202
 
P: 410-783-0377
W: http://www.wlcmd.org
E: [email protected]

Provides free legal representation and education programs to protect and empower individual women and their families.

World Relief Baltimore Immigration Legal Clinic

7 E. Baltimore St.
Baltimore , MD 21202
 

Advises and represents immigrants and their family members in immigration matters such as: applying for permanent residence and work permits, petitioning for family members to remain or reunite with them in the U.S., and applying for naturalization.


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