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Help Immigrants Facing Detention and Deportation

Help Immigrants Facing Detention and Deportation

Rapid Response - San Francisco

Rapid Response - Alameda County

Volunteer Opportunities

Upcoming CLE seminars, trainings and radio shows

American Immigration Lawyers Association

Rules of Professional Conduct for Immigration Lawyers

Help Immigrants with Family Law, Eviction Defense, Debt Defense, Taxes and More

What you need to know about U.S. Passport Changes




 

Rapid Response Network - San Francisco

The Rapid Response Network of San Francisco is made up of 21 community based organizations that provide legal and education services to the immigrant community. The primary goal is to provide quick response in the event of any immigration enforcement activity. They have a 24 hour hotline (415-200-1548), do raid verification, and provide legal representation to community members who are victims of these immigration enforcement acts.

Download the Rapid Response Network flyer.

San Francisco Immigrant Legal Education Network Tipsheet - English

San Francisco Immigrant Legal Education Network Tipsheet - Spanish

 


 

Alameda County Immigration Legal & Education Partnership (ACILEP)

If you've seen Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in action, suspect ICE activity in progress, or if someone you know has been detained by ICE, call 510-241-4011 for rapid response and legal services.

Download ACILEP English Flyer

Download Spanish Flyer



 

Help Immigrants Facing Detention and Deportation

If you are a solo practitioner or a lawyer with a law firm, please consider volunteering with one of the following organizations:

If you are a lawyer with a large law firm, please consider volunteering at one of the following organizations:

 


 

Upcoming CLE Seminars, Trainings and Radio Shows on Immigration Law

 

July 5, 5:30pm, Room 400 City Hall: Police Commission discussion on Sanctuary City Ordinance, including immigration enforcement, followed by public comment. Also, online at the sfgovtv.org website.

July 10:Emergency Legal Challenges to Imminent Removals: Emergency Petitions for Review of Administrative and Reinstatement Orders, Emergency Motions to Reopen, and Whether Habeas Might Be a Viable Option
[Presented by The Practicing Law Institute]

 

July 20: Defending Immigration Removal Proceedings 2017 (Free)
[Presented by The Practicing Law Institute]

 

July 31 PLI FREE Training: Ethical Considerations for Attorneys Representing Detained Immigrants (Free)

[Presented by The Practicing Law Institute]

 

August 24 PLI FREE Training: FTCA and other Civil Rights Violations against ICE (Free)

[Presented by The Practicing Law Institute]


 

PLI On Demand Webinars - Free

BASF On Demand Webinars

Immigration Issues in the Workplace - Your Legal Rights Radio Show 3/15/17 Recording

"Your Legal Rights” radio host Chuck Finney in discussion with employment law attorneys Chris Ho (attorney for workers) and Jay Rosenlieb (attorney for employers).

Immigration Issues in the Workplace/the Employment Rights of Undocumented Workers, Language Discrimination, & Document Abuse.

Immigration Law and Preparing Immigrant Families - Your Legal Rights Radio Show 3/22/17 Recording

"Your Legal Rights” radio host Chuck Finney in discussion with experts on Immigration Law and Custody Planning for Immigrant Families

On air guests: 

  • Avantika Shastri, Legal Director and Lead Attorney for the San Francisco Immigrant Legal Defense Collaborative at the Justice & Diversity Center of The Bar Association of San Francisco;
  • Ilyce Shugall, Immigration Law Specialist and Immigration Services Legal Director of Community Legal Services in East Palo Alto;
  • Hamid Yazdan Panah, Law Offices of Hamid Yazdan Panah and Member of the Iranian American Community of Northern California;
  • Deborah Wald, Certified Family Law Specialist and managing partner at The Wald Law Group


 

Immigrant Legal Resource Center 
Seminars and webinars



American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)

Learn more about the President's Executive Orders and Outcomes.

 



Rules of Professional Conduct for Immigration Lawyers

If you represent immigrants at the USCIS (United States Citizenship and Immigration Services) or the EOIR (Executive Office for Immigration Review), then you are governed by the Rules of Professional Conduct for those agencies.  The USCIS Rules of Professional Conduct are recited at 8 CFR 292.3, primarily incorporating the EOIR Rules at 8 CFR 1003.102.  


 

Help Immigrants with Family Law, Eviction Defense, Debt Defense, Taxes and More

Justice & Diversity Center Pro Bono Legal Services Programs

Contact probono@sfbar.org