Unity in Community.

IASC is a non-profit organization that provides immigration-related legal services and education in Southeast Connecticut.

Services

IASC is looking for Legal Assistant/ Paralegal 

 

Immigration Advocacy and Support Center. (IASC) is hiring a full-time bilingual legal assistant for its New London, CT office. Legal assistants provide support to attorneys and general support services for the office. IASC seeks applicants who want to use their skills to improve the lives of low-income immigrants.

Please check : https://www.iascct.org/event/iasc-is-looking-for-a-legal-assistant-paralegal/

Providing low-cost, high-quality immigration related services.

The Need for IASC

Legal costs can exceed $5,000+ per filing with a private law firm. IASC ensures equal treatment under the law for local residents, regardless of financial status.

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We offer legal services on a sliding scale so all residents can access the legal guidance they need.

IASC is the only nonprofit organization in Southeastern Connecticut dedicated to assisting and representing immigrants and their families.

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$25

initial consultation
cost

150+

successful
cases

1200+

residents
assisted

200+

consultations
given

How we help.

IASC is the only non-profit in Southeast Connecticut with Bureau of Immigration Appeals accreditation from the Department of Justice. Other organizations are located an hour or more away and are inaccessible to local immigrants.

Frequently Asked Questions

The cost of the initial consultation is $25.00.

The cost of our services varies with the particular application or process. In addition, we work on a sliding scale basis. However, if you are receiving SNAP or HUSKY, you are eligible for our lowest fees.

The consultation is usually 30-45 minutes.

We have Spanish translators in the office. If you speak a language other than Spanish, please bring a translator.

We help with the following:

  • Spousal petitions
  • Family petitions
  • U visa and VAWA cases
  • Consular processing
  • Adjustment of status – “Green Cards”
  • Green card renewal
  • Removal of conditions
  • Representation at USCIS
  • Naturalization n-400
  • Special immigrant juvenile status (SIJS)
  • Temporary protected status (TPS)
  • DACA (Deferred Action For Childhood Arrivals)
  • N-600
  • Processes for Cubans, Haitians, Nicaraguans and Venezuelans Parole

Thank you to our Sponsors!

Our mission is clear.

Assisting Immigrants Since 2014

The Immigration Advocacy and Support Center (IASC), pronounced “I Ask”, was established to provide immigration-related legal services and to educate communities in Southeast Connecticut on immigration law and policy.

We focus on “family immigration law”, and are funded by generous donors and foundations.

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