DONATE
Immigrant Legal Center
An Affiliate of the Justice
For Our Neighbors Network
4223 Center Street
Omaha, NE 68105


402.898.1349 | info@immigrantlc.org

An Affiliate of the Justice For Our Neighbors Network

WELCOMING IMMIGRANTS INTO OUR COMMUNITIES
with high-quality legal services, education, and advocacy.

Serving
clients from
55
countries
SUCCESS STORIES
Our attorneys have a casework success rate of
97%

“One of the most important things you can do on
this earth is to let people know they are not alone.”

— Shannon L. Alder

DONATE NOW

WHAT WE DO

ILC helps immigrants who are often scared and confused by the U.S. legal system, and who cannot afford legal assistance from the private bar.


NEWS

ILC Led Legal Response to Madison NE Immigration Raid

Uncategorized | November 25, 2019

When an immigration raid happens in Nebraska, ILC staff responds immediately. The most recent event was October 23 when more than a dozen individuals were picked up in a raid by Homeland Security at a Madison, Nebraska business. ILC’s Rapid Response Plan kicked into gear as multiple staff implemented their roles to confirm facts and … Continue reading "ILC Led Legal Response to Madison NE Immigration Raid"

FULL STORY>

A Dreamer’s Narrative

Advocacy | November 22, 2019

Trembling, as rivers of people flooded her lefts and rights while she scanned the room for her dad in a Greyhound bus port – that is what she was doing – trembling. Leaving behind a world of what could have been to approach a completely different lifestyle and become immersed in a culture that wasn’t … Continue reading "A Dreamer’s Narrative"

FULL STORY>

Comment On Proposed Rule Change That Will Limit Asylum Seekers’ Ability to Lawfully Work

Advocacy | November 7, 2019

Get Involved | The Trump administration has proposed a change to immigration regulations which will end a court mandated rule that employment authorization applications for asylum seekers must be adjudicated within 30 days of being received by United States Citizenship and Immigration Services. Asylum seekers must already wait 150 days to apply for employment authorization, … Continue reading "Comment On Proposed Rule Change That Will Limit Asylum Seekers’ Ability to Lawfully Work"

FULL STORY>