Community Advocacy: ILRC assists immigrant groups in understanding immigration law and the democratic process in the United States, so as to enable them to advocate for better policies in immigration law, as well as in health care, community safety, and other issues that affect the immigrant community.
Leadership Training: ILRC trains immigrant leaders how to be more effective advocates for their communities.
Know Your Rights Presentations: ILRC attorneys regularly conduct "know your rights" trainings with immigrant-based organizations to inform immigrants about their rights under the immigration laws and the United States Constitution, how to protect themselves from becoming victims of immigration fraud, changes in immigration law and policy, and a host of other issues that affect the lives of immigrants.
If you are seeking assistance with personal immigration matters, check out the Community Resources for Immigrants packet. Also, El Comité de Padres Unidos holds community meetings on the first Monday of each month at the Dolores Community Center, 938 Valencia Street (between 20th Street & 21st Street) in the Mission District of San Francisco. You can email Guadalupe Ortiz to confirm the date of the next meeting. Learn more about Padres Unidos.