Mobilization for Justice provides direct advocacy and representation to low-income individuals and families seeking assistance in either humanitarian- or family-based immigration matters.
For family-based matters, we provide application assistance and representation to individuals seeking to:
- adjust their status to become Lawful Permanent Residents;
- to become U.S. Citizens, to receive their Certificate of Citizenship;
- to claim U.S. citizenship based on their parents.
For humanitarian-based matters, we provide application assistance and representation in:
- Both Family Court and Immigration Court for Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJ);
- application assistance and representation to individuals seeking Temporary Protected Status (TPS);
- to victims of qualifying crimes that would enable themselves and family members to be eligible for a U-visa.
- Assistance on inadmissibility waivers (I-601 and I-601A) that would allow individuals who would be considered inadmissible and unable to change their status, to become eligible for either humanitarian-based or family-based immigration relief.
The project also helps immigrants to replace lost or stolen documents and to obtain refugee travel documents, re-entry permits, or advanced parole.
CALL OUR INTAKE FOR HELP: 212-417-3732, MONDAYS, 10 am to 12 noon.