Why Free Immigration Legal Aid Matters
In many cases involving minors without qualified legal support, public services must step in. Not only is this a last resort solution for the individuals involved, but their challenges also become a strain on taxpayers.
By assisting neglected and abandoned minors, Lee County Legal Aid Society is ensuring young people gain a path to proper education and employment, so they don’t become a burden on taxpayers.
A Child’s Roadmap to Residency with Lee County Legal Aid Society
Child immigration is an unfortunate reality in our country and a challenge for communities across the nation – including Lee County. The attorneys at Lee County Legal Aid Society provide the critical legal support necessary to help youth under the age of 18.
- Schedule a free consultation with Lee County Legal Aid Society.
- Obtain a Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS) predicate order from the Family Court.
- File an I-360 SIJS petition to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).
- Apply for an adjustment of status (I-485) to lawful permanent resident of the U.S.
- Apply for a work permit and social security card.
For a free consultation, call or text on WhatsApp at 239-265-6184 or call Lee County Legal Aid Society’s office at 239-334-6118.
Navigating the Pathway to U.S. Citizenship
Lee County Legal Aid Society helps abused, abandoned or neglected immigrant children in Lee County, Florida establish a pathway to lawful U.S. citizenship. These immigration services are offered free of charge. For a free consultation, call or text on WhatsApp at 239-265-6184 or call Lee County Legal Aid Society’s office at 239-334-6118.