Community Resources

Legal Resources

We are proud to announce that SF State has established relationships with legal organizations across the city. For no to low cost immigration law support, individuals can contact the following legal centers in the area:

African Advocacy Network

  •  938 Valencia Street | San Francisco, CA 94110 Phone: (415) 503-1032

    • You can set up an appointment via phone

API Legal Outreach

  • 1121 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94103 Phone: (415) 567-6255

    • You can set up an appointment via phone

    • They provide services in more than a dozen languages including Cantonese, Chiu-Chow, Hindi, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Punjabi, Spanish, Tagalog, Taiwanese, and Vietnamese. 

Carecen SF

  • 3101 Mission Street, Suite 101, San Francisco, CA 94110 Phone: 415-642-4400
  • They offer a full range of immigration legal services, including:
    • Legal representation in immigration court
    • Case processing
    • In-person legal services
    • Other services, including translation, immigration and court inquiries, criminal record requests, and employment verification letters
  • Hours of Service
    Their legal services are offered on drop-by basis ONLY, Monday through Friday, 9:00 am to 11:00 am. They do not offer on the phone appointments and do not dispense legal assistance via electronic media.

E4FC Legal Advocates

  • E4FC’s Legal Advocates service is free and anonymous and open to any undocumented young person (14-35) living in the U.S.  

La Raza Centro Legal

  • 474 Valencia Street, #295, San Francisco, CA 94103 Phone: 415-575-3500

    • You can set up an appointment with them by:

      • Emailing Silvia A. Fernandez-Kirk at 

      • Providing your name and contact number

      • Providing a brief description of your immigration issue (ie. "I want to find out if I qualify for DACA")

      • Letting them know that SF State's AB 540 Dream Coordinator, Norma Salcedo has referred you

Legal Services for Children

If you are under age of 21 and live in Northern California, LSC can do a free legal screening with you and advise you about your legal options. If you qualify for SIJS, DACA, T Visa, or U Visa (lawful immigration relief options) and live in San Francisco county, they may be able to represeent you in your case for free. They offer services in English, Spanish, and can access translators for other languages. Please call them at 415-863-3762 to make an appointment.  

National Center for Lesbian Rights

Based in San Francisco - across the street from the SF State Downtown Campus. There is a nationally known expert in immigration/asylum law/issues for LGBTIQ people specifically. 

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