San Antonio Area Region Justice For Our Neighbors provides low-income immigrants, refugees and asylum-seekers with affordable, high-quality immigration legal services.  Fees are based on proof of income. If you are interested in learning if you quality for a path towards citizenship please call our legal team toll-free at 844-SAR-JFON (844-727-5366) or email a member of the SARJFON legal team by clicking the red box below.

Our legal team will talk with you to determine if you have a legal immigration remedy under the law.  Possible remedies include, but are not limited to:

Family Reunification – The bedrock of the United States immigration system, family reunification provides legal green card holders or legal U.S. residents the ability to sponsor a family member wanting to immigrate to the United States.  If you are already in the United States and would like to see if you qualify for a visa based on a family members immigration status or are interested in sponsoring a family member please give us a call.

Work Permit Applications – Work permits allow immigrants to legally work, pay taxes and live in the United States. If you would like to see if you qualify to receive a work visa please call us.

Humanitarian Claims – People who are fleeing their homeland and seeking asylum in the United States, refugees trying to obtain legal status and victims of violent crimes needing protection under the law may qualify for one or more forms of humanitarian relief under current immigration law. If you would like to file a claim for asylum, are a refugee wanting to know your legal options or have been a victim of crime in the United States you may qualify for relief under one or more humanitarian options. Give our legal team a call to discuss your situation.

Removal Defense (Deportation Defense) – Deportation or removal defense involves representing and advocating for immigrants facing deportation from the United States. Most immigrants cannot afford to have an attorney represent them in court. Sadly, legal representation is the single most important factor in determining whether someone will win or lose their case. If you or a loved one is in removal proceedings please call our office to schedule an appointment to see if we can help.