Department of Children and Families provides Refugee Services. They help refugees who are new to Florida. Clients can get help getting a job, learning English, legal services, and more. Please call 904.723.2000 or visit website for more information.
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AIJ provides free legal help for women survivors of violence. Some immigrant women are in an abusive relationship. Other women get trapped into human trafficking. AIJ can help these women with legal status issues and to get the help they need to remain in the U.S. AIJ has special programs to help Hispanic and Haitian clients. Please see the website for more information.
Services Include Help With:
- Domestic violence
- Human trafficking
- Sexual assault
- Violent crime
American's for Immigrant Justice offers assistance to mixed-status families and long-term residents who may have uncertain futures. Please see website for more details.
AIJ provides free legal help to detainees. AIJ helps them to obtain release and fight their deportation. They also monitor for abusive and inadequate detention facilities. All services are free. Please see the website for more information.
Infopass is used to schedule an appointment with a USCIS Immigration Officer. InfoPass is a free service. You can also use the website to do things like change your address or check a case status. Please visit their website for more information.
This project under JALA provides legal aid to certain inmates of the Baker County Jail. It is for those in the custody of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). JALA provides lectures, free attorney meetings and services to foreign nationals. Please be aware that legal aid for this project is limited. Priority will be given to certain clients in danger of being deported. Please see the website for more information.
Priority will be given in these cases:
- Detainee has been a resident of the U.S. for a significant amount of time
- Detainee is a victim of domestic violence, human trafficking or other crime
- Detainee is seeking asylum or relief under the UN Convention Against Torture
- Detainee served in the U.S. military
- Detainee has extensive family ties in the U.S.
Southern Legal Counsel, Inc. is a not-for-profit public interest law firm. They help those in need with basic human and civil rights. They use the power of law to obtain positive social change by striking down unjust laws and policies.
- Ending Homelessness
- Improving Children's Services
- Accessing Health Care
- Promoting LGBTQ Equality
- Challenging Discrimination
- Protecting Civil Rights
Please call 352.271.8890 or visit website for more information.
AIJ represents unaccompanied immigrant children. They help minors and orphans navigate through the court system. Many of them are in federal custody. All services are free. Please see the website for more information.