Fund available for farmworkers and migrants affected by COVID-19. Fund award would be $500 per individual or up to $1,000 per household for immigrants who are ineligible to receive other state or federal benefits. In order to help the farmworker community we ask you to consider the requirements before filling out the form.
Fondo disponible para trabajadores agrícolas y migrantes afectados por COVID-19. Fondo disponible de $ 500 por persona y $ 1,000 por hogar para aquellos inmigrantes que no son elegibles para recibir otros beneficios estatales o federales. Para ayudar a la comunidad de trabajadores agrícolas, le pedimos que considere los requisitos antes de completar el formulario.
If you believe you/loved one may be eligible please email email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org to submit a referral on your behalf.
Si cree que used/ser querido puede ser elegible, envíe un correo electrónico a email@example.com y firstname.lastname@example.org para enviar una referencia en su nombre.
The United Way is offering emergency assistance to low-wage workers affected by pandemic-related layoffs or reduced working hours to help pay utility bills and housing payments. Complete an application.
Families continuing to work in essential service fields and those struggling to make ends meet can now apply for funds to help cover the cost of child care and basic needs. Complete an application.
Text “food” or “comida” to 877-877
Or call 2-1-1
Is able to provide criminal and bankruptcy services and consultations. She is fluent in English and Spanish.
Is able to provide free legal consultations for criminal cases to CSUSM students and their families. She is fluent in English and Spanish.
Alianza provides information and resources to immigrants in San Diego, including notifications about immigration checkpoints and sightings of immigration officers in the community.
Alliance San Diego is a community empowerment organization that builds coalitions to promote justice and social change. Through several areas of focus, Alliance mobilizes communities to ensure that all San Diegans reach their full potential. This organization frequently hosts immigration-related presentations and workshops, including information on how to apply for DACA.
The ACLU works to defend and preserve individual rights and liberties. Oceanside Offices have very low cost legal consultations once a month.
This is a non-profit organization that advocates for human rights, humane immigration reform, and social justice with a special focus on issues related to the U.S.-Mexican border. Border Angels serves the immigrant community in San Diego through migrant outreach programs such as Day Laborer outreach and free legal assistance.
This program has five clinics throughout San Diego County that provide free legal information to low income individuals in a variety of practice areas. They also provide workshops and presentations with consultations following the workshops and presentations.
This website acts as a database with names to services that are free or low-cost to undocumented immigrants. In the case that one requires a lawyer, this service allows you to find one. You are able to check by state and even search by detention facility.
This site is a search engine where you can locate immigration lawyers near your area. The page provides both English/Spanish options.
DACA renewal assistance. This includes legal and financial scholarships. They will help with the application process and cover the fees associated with the application. Call to set an appointment: (858) 637-3245
Legal assistance for permanent residents related to immigration, bankruptcy, debt/credit, and housing. Accepting of domestic violence victims, farm workers, human trafficking survivors, people with criminal histories, LGBTQ, and immigrants.
This national organization is dedicated to defending and advancing the rights of low-income immigrants. On their website, NILC features a number of immigration-related reports and resources, including information on in-state tuition benefits and state financial aid for undocumented students.
Assistance filing USCIS forms, DACA renewals, family-based petitions, naturalization/citizenship, and T-visas. They also provide citizenship/civics and english as a secondary language classes.
This task force is composed of advocates and community members who are interested in the well being of the immigrant community. They host frequent meetings, presentations, and workshops.
This private, non-profit organization provides pro bono civil legal case services to individuals who meet low-income requirements.
Low cost immigration legal services. Does not take on deportation cases. Will conduct workshops for community organizations and schools. This organization is dedicated to empower immigrants and refugees by providing direct legal services. UURISE offers assistance with naturalization applications, DACA, legal counseling and representation, and more.
United We Dream (UWD) is an immigrant youth-led national organization. They provide information and resources regarding DACA, know your rights, deportation defense, health, and much more.