IMMIGRANT LEGAL CENTER
Empowering immigrants to live with confidence and free from fear.
After being abandoned by his father, Roberto fled El Salvador to escape gang violence and reunite with his mother who had also sought refuge in the U.S.
Once safely in the U.S., Roberto came to ILC for help, referred to ILC from our partner organization Completely Kids.
“Getting my green card was like winning the lottery, now I feel safer and protected because I won’t get deported.”
TYPES OF CASES
COUNTIES OF RESIDENCE
In August 2020, our legislative priority bill LB 745 amended to LB 512 was signed into law by Governor Pete Ricketts. The bill brings uniformity to law enforcement’s receipt and processing of victims’ requests to certify certain crimes, including sexual assault and human trafficking.
Because of ILC’s advocacy, a client of more than three years was able to apply for U-Visa status, and if the U-Visa application is approved this will provide a pathway to citizenship.
We depend on the generosity of our community to provide high-quality legal services, education, and advocacy for immigrants in need.
Fred and Eve Simon
Nebraska Commission on Public Advocacy
Great Plains Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church
Polina and Bob Schlott
Paul and Annette Smith
Todd and Betiana Simon
Mike and Susan Lebens
H. Lee and Carol Gendler Charitable Fund
William and Ruth Scott Foundation
John and Diana Scott Foundation