For all legal services, please bring any form of photo identification, proof of income (paystub, medical records, bank statements, etc), and any or all documents related to your legal questions.
We provide free legal advice and services primarily in the area of deportation. Each year, we serve hundreds of immigrants who are facing deportation. We specialize in deportation cases involving criminal convictions. For San Francisco residents, we also provide advice and services in the areas of adjustment of status (becoming a permanent resident) and naturalization (becoming a citizen). For assistance with these types of cases, call us to make an appointment for the immigration clinic.
Location: Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Asian Law Caucus office, 55 Columbus Avenue, San Francisco
Days: 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month
By appointment only.
Our free legal clinics cover such topics as Supplemental Security Income, housing issues including eviction notices, unlawful detainer cases, and rent increases, assistance for seniors, and housing discrimination. These clinics empower low-income, limited English-proficient tenants and seniors with knowledge of their rights and resources so that they can better protect their homes and communities.
Location: Asian Americans Advancing Justice – ALC Office, 55 Columbus Avenue, San Francisco
Days: 1st, 3rd and last Tuesday of every month
Time: 10:00am – 12:00pm
Consultation provided by Advancing Justice – Asian Law Caucus for low-wage workers includes unpaid wages, overtime, unemployment insurance benefits, wrongful termination, discrimination/harassment, health and safety, and more.
Location: Asian Americans Advancing Justice – ALC, 55 Columbus Avenue, San Francisco, CA
Days: 1st and 3rd Thursdays every month
Time: By appointment only.
The Criminal Justice Reform program provides representation to low-income immigrants who are victims of TRUST Act violations, individuals who are victims of police-ICE collaboration, and individuals who are the victims of race-motivated police misconduct. We also actively outreach to community members about the importance of knowing your rights. If you would like to request legal assistance or request a workshop, please contact us at 415-896-1701. Dial “0” for our receptionist. Walk-ins, by appointment, by phone
National Security & Civil Rights
No walk-ins or standing clinics. By appointment only. We can provide assistance with FBI questioning, problems when entering the US, problems boarding flights, discrimination by law enforcement, and filing Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests. To schedule an appointment, please call (415) 848-7714. Walk-ins, by appointment, by phone
To schedule an appointment with the clinic:
Call: (415) 896-1701 and press “0” to schedule with the Front Desk