Catholic Charities - Refugee & Immigrant Services (San Francisco Office)

How to Receive Services (Intake)
Consultation fee is $50
Workshop and consultations are held at 2:00 PM every Monday (except holidays) with on-site registration beginning at 8:45 AM.
No appointment is needed, although space is limited to the first 15 people.
Location: 990 Eddy Street, San Francisco, CA 94109
For more information, please call 415-972-1281
Address

990 Eddy Street
San Francisco, CA 94109
United States

415-972-1281
Areas Served
Marin County
San Francisco County
San Mateo County
Who We Are

We provide legal immigration consultations to determine the eligibility of potential applicants.

We reunite families and keep them together through:
   -  Family-based petitions
   -  Adjustments of Status
   -  Consular Processing
   -  Waivers of unlawful presence

We assist victims of crime and persecution through:
   -  U Visas
   -  T Visas
   -  VAWA
   -  Political Asylum
   -  Special Immigrant Juvenile Status

We represent clients in Removal Proceedings through:
   -  Bond Hearings
   -  Political Asylum
   -  Cancellation of Removal

We offer additional comprehensive services such as:
   -  Naturalizations
   -  DACA
   -  TPS
   -  Green Card Renewals and Replacements
   -  FBI background checks
   -  Freedom of Information Acts (FOIA)

Refugee & Immigrant Services provides low cost legal immigration services and supports victims of domestic violence and other violent crimes in obtaining their legal right to work through quality services, BIA accredited staff, and collaborations with community partners. This office provides extensive outreach that informs families of their rights, provides accurate information about their eligibility for legal services, and helps them avoid fraudulent legal service providers. Catholic Charities' purpose is threefold: (1) To educate and inform immigrant communities of their rights, the benefits they may be eligible for, and how to apply for a change in legal status. (2) To treat each client with respect and provide high quality, cost-efficient legal services. (3) To advocate for justice for immigrants at a societal level, and local and national policies which give immigrants equal rights and a pathway to citizenship.
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Organization Type
Immigration Law Services
Spoken Languages
GERMAN / Deutsch
Wichí Lhamtés Güisnay/MZH
Portuguese / Português
Spanish / Español
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