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Programs that provide legal assistance for immigrants, nonimmigrant visa applicants, asylum seekers and lawful permanent residents who are seeking naturalization. Services are generally provided by nonprofit immigration law offices and may involve information and consultation about benefits under immigration law including procedures for obtaining student, visitor and employment-based visas; family immigration; asylee status; lawful permanent residence status; or citizenship.

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Abuse/Violence Support ServicesThe Immigration Law Clinic of Albany Law School offers immigration assistance and representation for individuals subjected to interpersonal violence who may qualify for: Special Immigrant Juvenile (SIJ) status, Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) Applications, U Visa Applications (for victims of violent crime). Other Available Immigration Relief (deferred action, prosecutorial discretion or other situation-specific relief.AlbanyIMMIGRATION LAW CLINICALBANY LAW CLINIC AND JUSTICE CENTER
Immigration ServicesUSCRI Albany is a BIA accredited agency with a staff of two Accredited Representatives who consult with clients interested in filing family-based immigration applications. The Clinic offers assistance in filing adjustment of status and naturalization applications, family based petitions and some humanitarian based immigration benefits. These services are open to any eligible person in the community, whether or not they were resettled by USCRI. AlbanyIMMIGRATION BENEFITS/VISA APPLICATION ASSISTANCEUNITED STATES COMMITTEE FOR REFUGEES AND IMMIGRANTS (USCRI)
Immigration ServicesIn partnership with New York State Office for New Americans (ONA), JCEO offers free legal consultation, and other information of and connecting to resources for new immigrants and refugees.ClintonOFFICE OF NEW AMERICANS - IMMIGRANT COMMUNITY NAVIGATORJOINT COUNCIL FOR ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY OF CLINTON AND FRANKLIN COUNTIES (JCEO)
Legal/Court ServicesProvides free legal counseling and representation for low-income individuals who need assistance in civil cases, which includes, government benefits, unemployment insurance, disability, health care, housing, family law matters, consumer problems, children's legal issues and immigration matters.AlbanyLEGAL SERVICESLEGAL AID SOCIETY OF NORTHEASTERN NEW YORK

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