Immigrant Survivors Legal Assistance

Immigrants who have been victimized in the United States or abroad are helped through the Immigrant Survivors Legal Assistance (ISLA) program, to make themselves whole and obtain legal status in the United States. Through a grant with the US Department of Justice Office of Violence Against Women, ISLA attorneys and paralegals work with immigrant survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault on their immigration cases.

How to participate:

We accept people who contact us directly. Staff of shelters and community advocates may refer individuals.

We can serve residents of Pima, Pinal, Santa Cruz, Cochise, and Yuma Counties with the attorneys traveling to meet with clients in all counties.

Service Provider:

How You Can Reach Us:

  • General

    (520) 670-0819
    140 W. Speedway Blvd., Suite 130
    Tucson, AZ 85705

Documents & Forms:

Locations Available:

    • Yuma
    • Santa Cruz
    • Pinal
    • Pima
    • Cochise

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