ImmigrationLawHelp.org | Helping low-income immigrants find legal help
Building One Community
In 2011, we opened our doors to become the welcoming point of entry for newcomers from all parts of the world. Since then, thousands of Stamford area immigrants and non-immigrants have come together to build one stronger community. We were founded as an affiliate of Neighbors Link Network, a Westchester based organization focused on immigrant needs. After the expiration of our 5 year affiliate agreement, we rebranded as Building One Community (B1C), a name that captures the heart of our mission: "to bring passionate people together to help immigrants and their families succeed in the community." Our programs educate, empower, employ, and engage local immigrants providing a wide array of services that range from ELL classes, a Hiring Site, Job Skills Development Classes, Parental Empowerment, and Immigration Legal Services (ILS).
ILS includes both staff and volunteer attorneys and DOJ accredited representatives and translators and other volunteers to meet the immigration legal needs of the community.
|Areas of immigration legal assistance:||Adjustment of Status, Asylum applications, Consular Processing, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), Employment authorization, Family-based petitions, NACARA, Naturalization/Citizenship, Removal hearings, Special Immigrant Juvenile Status, T visas, Temporary Protected Status (TPS), U visas, Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) petitions|
|Types of immigration legal services provided:||Help completing forms, Filings with USCIS, Representation before the Immigration Court|
|Other areas of legal assistance:||Employment|
|Non-legal services:||Citizenship / Civics classes, Employment services, ESL, Health services, Housing referrals, Language services, Legal Orientation Programs (LOP) / Know Your Rights Presentations (KYR), Referrals to other services, Social services|
|Populations served:||Domestic Violence Victims, 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:||English, French, German, Haitian Creole, Spanish|
|Access to a commercial interpreting service or language bank:||No|
|Nominal fee charged?||Yes|