St. Frances Cabrini Center for Immigration Legal Assistance is dedicated to providing high quality, low-cost and pro bono legal services to immigrants and refugees who would otherwise not be able to obtain legal representation. Center activities include outreach, legal assessment and counseling, citizenship application assistance, legal representation and advocacy. The Cabrini Center is the largest non-profit immigration legal service provider in Houston accredited by the Board of Immigration Appeals to represent individuals in immigration legal matters.
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We need volunteer attorneys in every area of legal specialty, howerer, we are in more need of immigration pro bono attorneys and volunteers.
Attorneys who have an ongoing active interest in the program are retained on our Pro Bono Attorney list and contacted for assistance with workshops and other activities. We also occasionally solicit outside help to take individual cases.
Our program utilizes pro bono attorneys to help prepare and file applications and petitions with the United States Citizenship & Immigration Services on behalf of client who have been victims of domestic abuse, vilent crime, and labor and sex trafficking. Pro Bono attorneys work closely with our staff in interviewing, communicating, and working with clients.
On behalf of the parishioners of the Diocese of Dallas, our programs serve families looking to put food on thetable and keep a roof over their heads, immigrants seeking opportunity in the U.S., and resettled refugees fleeing war or persecution in their native countries.
The Community Justice Program (CJP), the pro bono project of the San Antonio Bar Association, provides free legal services to individuals who may not otherwise have access to the legal system through partnerships with community organizations providing services for under-served populations in the San Antonio metro area.
At the Crisis Center, we are dedicated to providing a safe haven, crisis intervention, and comprehensive support services to victims of family violence and sexual assault.We are further dedicated to breaking the cycle of family and sexual violence through community education while assisting victims in their transition to a more stable and self-sufficient life.
The Dallas Volunteer Attorney Program recruits, trains, and supports volunteer attorneys to provide free, civil legal assistance to low-income people in Dallas County. DVAP volunteers provide advice and full representation in a variety of cases, including family, housing, landlord/tenant, real property, consumer, wills, expunctions and non-disclosures, probate, and more.
DMRS values the time, talents, and passions that volunteers contribute to achieving our mission. Volunteer involvement expands our capacity to meet the increasing demand for our services; it also brings new ideas, fresh perspectives, and a wealth of knowledge and skill that improve our organization and the services we provide. We are committed to creating a warm, safe, and inclusive environment where the unique gifts of volunteers are recognized and nurtured.
Disability Rights Texas (DRTx) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to protect and advance the legal, human, and civil rights of people with disabilities living in Texas. DRTx was established in 1977 by the United States Congress as Texas’ federally designated legal protection and advocacy agency (P&A). We protect and advocate for the legal and human rights of people with disabilities, a majority of whom are poor.