Catholic Charities Legal Services, Archdiocese of Miami, Inc (CCLS)
provides professional immigration services and attorney representation before the Citizenship and Immigration Service, the Immigration Courts and the Board of Immigration Appeals. CCLS provides pro bono services. 150 SE 2nd Avenue, Suite 200, Miami, FL 33131. Phone: 305-737-1073
Lawyer’s directory. Gives listing of lawyers in Miami area who deal with family law issues, child support. Also connects you to websites for these lawyers via this webpage
COLUMBIAN AMERICAN SERVICE ASSOCIATION (CASA)
CASA provides access to proper legal counseling by professional and certified immigration and family law attorneys. Legal counseling services are provided during evening hours, from 7-9PM. CASA has the ability to take immigration cases and represent individuals before the Immigration Court and the Department of Homeland Security protecting the legal rights of thousands of immigrant families that have come to settle in Miami. 8500 SW 8th Street, #218, Miami, FL 33144. (305) 448-2272.
Florida Immigrant Advocacy Center
Florida Immigrant Advocacy Center (FIAC) is a not-for-profit legal assistance organization dedicated to protecting and promoting the basic human rights of immigrants of all nationalities at the local, state and national levels. FIAC serves homeless and imminently homeless immigrants by providing representation to obtain public benefits. 3000 Biscayne Boulevard, #400, Miami, FL 33137. Phone: (305) 573-1106.
Florida Justice Institute, Inc. – Volunteer Lawyers’ Project
The Institute represents prisoners, the elderly, the poor, the handicapped, and the disabled throughout Florida through direct representation, pro bono programs, and leveraging financial resources. 100, SE 2nd St, 4320Miami, FL 33131.
Phone: (305) 373-4334.
Florida Legal Services, Inc. – Miami Advocacy Office
Is a nonprofit organization founded to provide civil legal assistance to indigent persons who would not otherwise have the means to obtain a lawyer. FLS is dedicated to ensuring poor people have equal access to justice, primarily by working with local legal aid and legal service programs to improve their ability to provide legal assistance to those in need in their communities. They work with local programs in areas of public benefits, housing, and homelessness. 3000 Biscayne Blvd., Suite 450, Miami, FL 33137. Phone: (305) 573-0092.
Florida’s Children First, Inc
Their primary work is with children in state custody. They also work on issues for children who have disabilities and children who are immigrants. FCF is part of the Florida system for delivery of legal services to the poor. They are concerned with systematic issues like: DCF (Department of children’s and families’ management), representation of children. foster care, immigration, developmental disabilities, educational advocacy for children in foster care. Phone: 954-796-0860
Law offices of the Public Defender of Miami
Juvenile Justice CPR (Charting a Path to Redemption) is a legal reform initiative. focues on reducing the short-and long-term consequences of an arrest to the juvenile justice system, reducing the harmful effects to children processed through juvenile courts, increasing confidentiality protections, increasing the use of evidence-based interventions and developing alternatives to the prosecution of young children and adolescents with disabilities. 1320 NW 14th St., Miami, FL 33125. Phone: (305) 545-1905
Legal Aid Society of the Dade County Bar Association
It is a legal aid organization which provides free or low cost legal services to persons with low incomes.
123 NW First Avenue, 3rd Floor, Miami, FL 33128. Phone: (305) 579-5733.
1100 Washington Avenue, 3rd Floor, Miami Beach, FL 33139. Phone: (305) 673-7426.
28905 S. Federal Highway, Homestead, FL 33189. Phone: (305) 247-9562.
Legal Services of Greater Miami, Inc.
Provides legal aid to citizens/ permanent residents and legal immigrants of Miami-Dade and Monroe counties. Legal aid is provided for employment and economic security, housing, safety and health, HIV positive, homeless, vulnerable populations.
3000 Biscayne Boulevard, Suite 500
Miami, FL 33137-4129
Phone: 305-576-0080 TDD: 305-573-1578
Miami Workers’ Center
6127 NW 7th Avenue
Miami, FL 33127
South Dade Law Center
10720 Caribbean Boulevard, Suite 400
Miami, FL 33189
Phone: 305-232-9680 TDD: 786-242-0207
City of Hialeah Neighborhood Office
300 East 1st Avenue, Room 109, Hialeah, FL 33010
a Women’s Legal Project helps low income immigrant women and children overcome the abuse they face at home. Lucha provides immigration legal assistance to battered women. This program also serves victims of human trafficking. 3000 Biscayne Boulevard, Suite 400, Miami, FL 33137. call (305) 573-1106.
STOP PROJECT (Domestic Violence)
The same organization’s special cell involved in providing legal services to victims of domestic violence. 175 NW First Avenue, 2nd Floor, Miami, FL, 33128 . Phone: (305) 349-6013
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