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


2019 Annual Report

| June 17, 2020

View on Issuu.  Dear Friends of Immigrant Legal Center, Thank you for the support you have shown the thousands of people who turn to Immigrant Legal Center in their time of need. We are proud to join with you to advocate for immigrant rights and stand in solidarity with all those who have been victims … Continue reading "2019 Annual Report"


Rights and Planning Guide

Know Your Rights | April 16, 2019

The enclosed Rights and Planning Guide (“the Guide”) was created to help individuals and families who are facing potential detainment or removal/deportation. The Guide is intended to be used as a collective community resource and is not intended to provide legal or other advice or to create an attorney-client relationship. The Guide was authored by … Continue reading "Rights and Planning Guide"


Disaster Relief Available for our Immigrant Communities

Know Your Rights | March 30, 2019

Many of our community members are facing uncertainty due to the recent flooding’s across the Midwest. This includes our immigrant neighbors. Determining whether immigrant families affected by the recent flooding are eligible for assistance can be complex. The answer depends, in part, on the immigration status of members of the household, but there are limited … Continue reading "Disaster Relief Available for our Immigrant Communities"


Know Your Rights: Intensive Supervision Appearance Program

Know Your Rights | October 19, 2018

What is the Intensive Supervision Appearance Program (ISAP)? The Intensive Supervision Appearance Program (ISAP) is an alternative to a detention program. If Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) determines that an individual is eligible for bond or to be released on their own recognizance after been detained for an immigration violation, they are likely to be … Continue reading "Know Your Rights: Intensive Supervision Appearance Program"


Know Your Rights: Notice to Appear

Education | August 15, 2018

What is a Notice to Appear and what information does it include? A Notice to Appear (NTA) is a document given to an individual that explains why they are are in removal proceedings. The NTA will have: Information about the individual in removal proceedings (full name, mailing address, etc.) The Alien number or “A-number” of the … Continue reading "Know Your Rights: Notice to Appear"

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