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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

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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.


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Erik Omar

ILC Executive Director, Erik Omar, Talks 2020 Drive Food Truck World Tour With KIOS Omaha’s Live and Local

News | September 24, 2020

Immigrant Legal Center’s Executive Director, Erik Omar, met virtually with Live and Local’s Mike Hogan from KIOS Omaha to discuss ILC’s mission and the upcoming 2020 Drive Thru Food Truck World Tour. Click here to listen to the interview. Omar explained that due to COVID-19 this year’s event will have a drive thru format, where … Continue reading "ILC Executive Director, Erik Omar, Talks 2020 Drive Food Truck World Tour With KIOS Omaha’s Live and Local"

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ILC Director of Development and Communications, Cailan Franz Spoke With metroTV About ILC And Food Truck World Tour

News | September 24, 2020

Immigrant Legal Center’s Director of Development and Communications, Cailan Franz spoke with Andee Hoig from Metro Magazine for this week’s episode of metroTV about ILC’s mission and Food Truck World Tour. Click here to watch the interview. Franz discussed ILC’s work and explained ILC’s name change from Justice For Our Neighbors-Nebraska, to better describe the … Continue reading "ILC Director of Development and Communications, Cailan Franz Spoke With metroTV About ILC And Food Truck World Tour"

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Court decision overturns protections for TPS holders

News | September 17, 2020

OMAHA, Nebraska — On September 14, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals reversed a preliminary injunction preventing the Trump Administration from terminating Temporary Protected Status, or TPS, for 300,000 people.  The TPS program, a humanitarian form of lawful immigration, has been in place since the 1990s providing safety for disaster-displaced immigrants and enriching our communities. … Continue reading "Court decision overturns protections for TPS holders"

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