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AIDS Legal Referral Panel - Immigrant HIV Assistance Project

  • Location:
    1663 Mission St
    Suite 500
    San Francisco, CA 94103
  • Phone:
    (415) 701-1200 ext. 313
  • Fax:
    (415) 701-1400
  • Contact methods:
    Phone calls, Referrals from HIV/AIDS providers
  • Appointments accepted:
    Yes

AIDS Legal Referral Panel - Immigrant HIV Assistance Project (ALRP IHAP) provides volunteer pro bono attorneys for immigration legal services to HIV positive immigrants living in the San Francisco Bay Area. Call for information and advice.

Counties served: Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo, Sonoma

Services Provided

Areas of immigration legal assistance: Asylum applications, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), Employment authorization, Employment-based immigrant and non-immigrant petitions, Family-based petitions, Naturalization/Citizenship, Special Immigrant Juvenile Status, U visas, Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) petitions
Types of immigration legal services provided: Help completing forms, Filings with USCIS, Representation at Asylum Interviews (Credible Fear Interviews, Reasonable Fear Interviews), Representation before the Immigration Court
Other areas of legal assistance: Civil Rights, Consumer, Debt/Credit/Bankruptcy, Disability, Employment, Foreclosure, Health, HIV/AIDS, Housing, Life Planning, Public Benefits, Taxes
Non-legal services: Referrals to other services
Populations served: Domestic Violence Victims, Farm workers, Human Trafficking Survivors, Individuals who are not in legal immigration status, Individuals with criminal histories, Individuals with physical/mental disabilities, Juveniles, Lesbian, gay, bisexual & transgender, Torture survivors
Languages spoken: Farsi
Access to a commercial interpreting service or language bank: Yes
Nominal fee charged? No
Other information: Clients must be HIV+ in order to be eligible for services. This organization does not provide direct representation services. Volunteer lawyers take immigration cases for low income people who have HIV+/AIDS and who live in the San Francisco bay area and other California counties.