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

402.898.1349 |

An Affiliate of the Justice For Our Neighbors Network


Immigrant Legal Center is an innovative, growing nonprofit providing important contributions to individuals and the communities we serve in Nebraska and southwest Iowa. All services are free to low-income immigrants, including representation by experienced and highly qualified legal staff.

Please note: All in person interviews are postponed while offices are closed due to COVID-19. Phone and Skype interviews will still take place for competitive applicants. All interested applicants are still encouraged to apply. Please visit our COVID-19 Response page for updates. 

Our Workplace

Immigrant Legal Center is Nebraska’s largest nonprofit legal service provider. Our headquarters is located at 4223 Center Street in Omaha, Nebraska. We also have offices in Scottsbluff, Lexington, Grand Island, Columbus, Crete, South Sioux City, Nebraska City and Council Bluffs, Iowa.


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Current Openings

RCB Paralegal – Central Nebraska

The Rural Capacity Building (RCB) Paralegal will work under the supervision and assigned duties delegated by the assigned RCB Staff Attorney. The Paralegal is responsible for carrying out legal support, administrative responsibilities, and community outreach tasks as directed by the RCB Operations Manager in addition to RCB Attorneys. The RCB Paralegal will assist in the identification of community partners to help build capacity for the long-term provision of immigration legal services in rural communities and will work in collaboration with community partners to promote community education and advocacy aimed toward inclusion of immigrants in rural Nebraska.

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"When I think of an attorney's core responsibilities, serving as an advocate is one of the first things that comes to mind. It has been a pleasure to see the client-first approach all across the office throughout the summer."

Daniel Martin, Summer 2017 Intern

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