Immigration and migration
CAIR is an organization with a chapter located in the Bay Area. The office provides legal counseling for many issues, as well as workshops with important information, such as basic rights or what to do when you are stopped by law enforcement. ”
The Immigrants’ Rights Project is a national project of the American Civil Liberties Union Foundation. The Project has focused on challenging laws that constitute discrimination on the basis of “”alienage”” by governmental and private entities. Support the cause by donating, or attending a meeting and learning of more ways to take action.
Families for freedom is an organization created by families for families who are at the risk of deportation. FFF’s goal is to revoke the laws that are destroying homes and neighborhoods–and instead to grow the movement for immigrant rights.
The American Immigration Council works to change how Americans think towards immigrants and immigration. A few of the ways they do so is through using the courts to demand a fair process for immigrants–where they hold the government responsible for unlawful conduct and restrictive interpretations and implementation of the law.
EBCLC’s immigration program provides a wide range of free legal services to low-income immigrants. The immigration attorneys and advocates represent and counsel immigrants in the following: adjustment of status, naturalization, immigrant juvenile status, DACA, and waivers among many others.