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Find an Immigration Lawyer or Legal Service Provider


If you are a student at Penn State seeking to consult an attorney, you may be eligible for services through the Penn State Student Legal Services. Their website is Additionally, international students may use the resources provided by Penn State’s Office of Global Programs. Their website is

Free Legal Services Providers List — October 2013

*The Pennsylvania organizations list was compiled by the Executive Office of Immigration Review within the U.S. Department of Justice.

Pro Bono and Low Bono Services in the Baltimore/Washington D.C. Area


ACLU Foundation Immigrants' Rights Project
Author: Immigrant Services Directory: A National Guide of Service Providers (update 2011)

American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)
1331 G Street, N.W., Suite 200
Washington, DC 20005-3141
Phone: (202) 507-7500
AILA’s Immigration Lawyer Search:

“What qualifies a lawyer to be a part of this service? All lawyers:

  • have been an approved AILA member for at least 2 years;
  • carry professional liability insurance worth a minimum of $100,000 worth of coverage;
  • have completed at least 9 hours of Continuing Legal Education (CLE) classes within the last year; and
  • are licensed and in good standing with a State Bar Association.”

Immigration Advocates Network (IAN)

Immigration Advocates Network (IAN) is excited to announce the launch of, a new website to help low-income immigrants find free or low-cost legal help. The website provides information about more than 900 nonprofit immigration legal services providers in all 50 states.
Using data from IAN's recently launched National Immigration Legal Services Directory (, was designed to address the lack of reliable information available to low-income immigrants by providing an easy-to-use online directory of legal services providers. In addition to the ability to search for nonprofit legal services by state, county, and detention facility, the website allows users to find organizations by languages spoken, types of legal and other services provided, and specific areas of legal assistance. It is available in English and Spanish. was created in partnership with Pro Bono Net, a national nonprofit that works to increase access to justice through innovative uses of technology, and one of IAN's founders. It was developed with support from the Four Freedoms Fund.
U.S. Department of Justice, Executive Office of Immigration Review

Updated Florence Project Pro Se Immigrant Advocacy Materials

The Center for Immigrants’ Rights is providing these links to you only as a convenience and does not imply endorsement by Penn State Law.