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International Institute of the Bay Area Fair Oaks Community Center 2600 Middlefield Road Redwood City, CA 94063 650-780-7530 Drop-In Consultations Every Monday ($30) 9am-noon and 1-4pm First Come, First Served. No appointment necessary. Partner agencies.

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International institute of the bay area fair oaks community center 2600 middlefield road redwood city ca 94063 650 780 7530

International Institute

of the Bay Area

Fair Oaks Community Center

2600 Middlefield Road

Redwood City, CA 94063

650-780-7530

Drop-In Consultations Every Monday ($30)

9am-noon and 1-4pm

First Come, First Served. No appointment necessary.


Partner agencies

Partner agencies

Here are some organizations in your area that are licensed experts in the immigration law, and who can help you with all of your immigration needs.

San Mateo County:

Legal Aid Society of San Mateo County: LIBRE Project,(650) 558-0915

International Institute of the Bay Area,

(650) 780-7530

Community Legal Services in East Palo Alto,

(650) 326-6440

Coastside Hope, (650) 726-9071

Asian Pacific Islander Legal Outreach,

(415) 567-6255

La Raza Centro Legal,(415) 575-3500

Santa Clara County:

CET Immigration & Citizenship Program,

(408) 534-5451

Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County,

(408) 468-0100

Asian Law Alliance, (408) 287-9710

Katharine & George Alexander Community Law Center,(408) 288-7030

SIREN, 408-453-3003

International Rescue Committee,

408-453-3536


Immigration naturalization legal services

Immigration & Naturalization Legal Services

  • Family-Based Visa Petition: US Citizens and Green Card Holders may petition their close relatives to immigrate to the U.S.

  • Naturalization:Immigrants who have had their green card for 5 years may be eligible to apply for US Citizenship.

  • Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA): Newest immigration policy benefiting youth who were brought to the U.S. as children.

  • Political Asylum:Applicant must have suffered persecution in home country based on race, religion, politics or certain other grounds.


Ways to immigrate cont

Ways to Immigrate (cont.)

  • VAWA (Violence Against Women Act):Domestic violence survivors can self-petition for residency if spouse or parent is LPR or Citizen.

  • U-Visa:Victims of domestic violence and other serious crimes may be eligible for work authorization and path to residency. If willing to assist in investigation or prosecution plus other criteria.

  • Other: Additional types of immigration relief may be available, depending on specific circumstances. Confidential immigration consultations available to assess each case.


Comprehensive immigration reform

Comprehensive Immigration Reform

  • Current debate in Congress.

  • Favorable political climate – new immigration law may be possible this year.

  • Potential beneficiaries can prepare now, by collecting important documents to prove their identity and residence in the U.S.

  • Beware of fraudulent “notarios” or “consultants”

  • Text “immigration” to 30644 to get updated.


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