Where can I find free legal resources? Where can I get free immigration help?

Free or low-cost legal resources for refugees and immigrants

legal resources for refugees

What does pro bono mean?

Pro bono means free. Many lawyers will donate their time to help refugees or people who do not have enough money to pay for a lawyer or legal resources. These free legal services are called pro bono services.

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Where can I find pro bono legal help?

American Immigration Lawyer Association
If you seek advice or information about a specific issue or individual case, please utilize the AILA’s immigration lawyer search tool.

Contact a non-profit legal service provider in your area.

Please check the RCO’s online app for free or low-cost legal help. You can also download this app onto your phone.

Where can I find pro bono immigration lawyers?

If you need help with immigration-related matters, it is import that you should get help only from a licensed attorney or accredited representative. If you ask your friends or family for help, they might accidentally tell you incorrect information that could get you in trouble with immigration services.

You can find low-cost or free immigration help here: https://www.immigrationlawhelp.org/.

How can I find legal help outside of the United States?

Worldwide pro bono legal advice for asylum seekers
This page shows the free or reduced priced legal services available in countries all over the world. See if your country has free legal services near you!

I need help with human trafficking

Human trafficking hotline
A national, toll-free hotline that connects trafficking victims, professionals, and community members to information and referrals, as well as resources for training and technical assistance.
Tel: 1-888-373-7888 or text “HELP” or “INFO” to BeFree (233733).

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