CLAM immigration attorneys and BIA accredited representatives offer legal aid to migrants facing challenges in immigration cases such as: family based petitions, asylum, relative petitions, naturalization, adjustment of status, employment authorization, violence against women, special immigrant juveniles, T and U visas for victims of crime and/or human trafficking, deferred action, temporary protected status, and representation for relief while in removal proceedings. We also provide outreach and Know Your Rights programs throughout the area to help educate the immigrant communities about current issues.
Immigration Law Project
Guides immigrants in applying for citizenship, averts deportations, and establishes guardianship for minors who arrive in the United States without their parents.
SFCS and SLU Law Partner to Train a New Generation of Attorneys
When Lena Salameh thinks about individuals seeking asylum and relief from deportation, she says, “I often think of the poem . . .Read More
El Día del Niño (Day of the Child)
Each year around International Children’s Day, Southside Center hosts a celebration of El Día del Niño, or . . .More Info
A Safe Passage
Ms. R stayed the course and realized her dream – she was granted asylum. From the first day that CLAM represented her, she has asked how she can help the poor and needy in America. Her determination, passion and strength soon will be invested in making St. Louis a better place to live.