Our Catholic Immigration Law Project 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.

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Our legal services office cannot accept walk-ins. To request help, call 314-977-3993 on Tuesdays. Given the volume of calls received, it may take several weeks before you can speak with an attorney. You also can e-mail us:

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Reuniting Families
July 9, 2024

Here is our July installment of our Monthly Victories!

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Securing Safety

Our immigration attorney navigated Zaina through the complicated, years-long process of applying for her U visa and eventually her green card so she would be safe from deportation. When she needed to retell the story of the crime she endured, our legal team connected her to mental health resources.

The successful outcome of her case meant she gained safety and legal status. But the most important part for Zaina was that she was then able to petition for her daughter to join her in the United States. Her daughter had remained in Zaina’s home country after she immigrated to the U.S., and they had been separated for almost a decade. Upon reunifying with her daughter, she wrote us, “Thank you for being an angel that God put in our lives and helping me reunite with my daughter. We enormously appreciate all that you have done.”


*Names are changed to protect client privacy