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Attorneys advocate for free legal services for immigrants

LACLJ is committed to providing high quality and free legal services to immigrants who have suffered significant violence and trauma. On March 21st, LACLJ stood with other attorneys and community partners to protest the lack of free legal representation for immigrants facing deportation.

Senior Attorney testifies at Capitol to support immigration bill

Last month, LACLJ Senior Immigration Attorney Michelle Carey was invited by CA Senate President Pro Tempore, Kevin De Leon’s Office to testify as a subject matter expert on SB 674, a U Visa-related bill which mandates California law enforcement agencies to review and sign U Visa certificates on behalf of undocumented crime survivors.

LACLJ helps reunite immigrant family after a decade apart

LACLJ recently helped Melanie* and her children after nearly a decade of not seeing each other. Facing violent threats to her family’s safety, Melanie traveled alone to the United States from Central America nearly 10 years ago. In the United States, Melanie began dating and living with a man who eventually began to severely abuse her, even while she was pregnant with their child.

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