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California Rural Legal Assistance (Fresno Office)
We have two programs in the Fresno office. The Migrant Project and the Community Equity Initiative.
Fresno Migrant represents agricultural workers (including farm workers, dairy workers, nursery workers, and packing house workers) in employment, education, civil rights, migrant/employer provided housing cases and limited immigration cases, specifically T and U visas for agricultural workers who identify as LGBTQ or Indigenous or have suffered workplace violence.
Through CRLA's Community Equity Initiative, we also assist residents of rural communities in improving local infrastructure. We help clients with sidewalks, street lighting, water quality, dry well remediation, traffic lights and stop signs, green spaces and parks, bike paths, and safe and affordable housing.
|Areas of immigration legal assistance:||T visas, U visas|
|Types of immigration legal services provided:||Help completing forms, Filings with USCIS|
|Other areas of legal assistance:||Civil Rights, Employment|
|Non-legal services:||Referrals to other services|
|Populations served:||Farm workers, Lesbian, gay, bisexual & transgender|
|Languages spoken:||English, Spanish, Triqui, Mixteco|
|Access to a commercial interpreting service or language bank:||No|
|Nominal fee charged?||No|
|Other information:||Assistance with migrant housing issues, LGBT, and Indigenous Program. Services are subject to LSC funding restrictions.|
Estella Cisneros, Esq.