Catholic Multicultural Center – Immigration Legal Services
Contact info: Phone: 608-441-0114; email: https://cmcmadison.org/contact-form/?your-recipient=Colleen+Sheehy,+Immigration+Paralegal+%26+Program+Assistant. Office hours are Monday to Friday: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm by appointment only; in-person or virtual options available.
Summary: The mission of this program is to provide affordable immigration legal services to low/no income immigrants and refugees who are unable to afford the fees of a private attorney. CMC helps with Naturalization/Citizenship Applications, visa applications, DACA, U visas, green cards, and more.
Centro Hispano of Dane County
Contact info: (608)400-9469; email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Summary: DOJ (Department of Justice) Accredited Representatives provide consultation and assistance applying through USCIS (United States Citizenship and Immigration Services).
Community Immigration Law Center
Contact info: (608) 640-4444; email@example.com
Summary: The Community Immigration Law Center, Inc. (CILC) seeks to assist low-income immigrants with their immigration related issues by providing information, support, and referrals to immigration attorneys or accredited representatives.
Dane County Immigration Affairs
Contact info: (608) 242-6260 or (608) 287-4004; Hamdan@countyofdane.com or Villalpando@countyofdane.com
Summary: Immigration Affairs is an office composed of Bilingual (Spanish/English) Bicultural Social Workers that support the immigrant and refugee community within Dane County. The office provides case management services to meet immediate and long-term needs of clients. They also have funds for emergency services and other resources on their website.
Contact info: (608) 716-7324; firstname.lastname@example.org
Summary: Freedom, Inc. has advocates who help victims and survivors of domestic violence, intimate partner violence, and/or sexual assault get the help they need, such as immigration and citizenship attainment. These services are confidential and free. They serve: Low- to no-income Black and Southeast Asian women, girls, and LGBTQ+ people in the Madison area.
Jewish Social Services of Madison
Contact info: (608) 442-4081; email@example.com
Summary: JSS offers services to recent refugees to help them get settled in the Dane County area. They also help many individuals who have been granted asylum status in the US to receive healthcare, work permits, Social Security cards, and education opportunities.
Contact info: 1-800-510-9195
Summary: UNIDOS provides culturally relevant services that address the realities of the Latinx communities we serve.