Pro Bono Response to the Muslim Travel Ban

Please note: if you are interested in signing up to volunteer to assist immigrants, including DACA participants, please click here to sign up for the Immigration Pro Bono Response Network.

Airport Clinics served families and passengers impacted by the Muslim travel ban

In Jan. 2017, OneJustice was honored to serve as the national point of contact and provide operational and pro bono management support to the coalitions of legal services, immigration, and civil rights nonprofits that worked together to staff the legal clinics at LAX, SFO, SJC and Oakland in response to the executive order and travel bans. 

We are so grateful to the hundreds of attorneys and community members who volunteered - as well as everyone who donated food, supplies, equipment and more to support these efforts.  Thank you all!

Update as of September 26, 2017:

The President has issued a proclamation indefinitely banning travelers from eight countries, including five of the original countries targeted in January 2017. Due to this new order, the Supreme Court has cancelled oral arguments in the case concerning the second travel ban.
OneJustice opposes any attempt by the administration to implement a Muslim travel ban in any form.
Additional resources to understand the new travel ban:
Bay Area Coalition Update (SFO, San Jose, Oakland): 
The Bay Area Coalition organizations are continuing to assess the new Muslim Ban and determine what on-the-ground presence, if any, there will be when the new ban goes into effect.
ACLU of Northern California hotline at (415) 621-2488
OneJustice is continuing to monitor concerns that come through
LA Coalition Update (LAX):
The LA coalition is monitoring the situation and will be "on call" as needed on October 18th
Public Counsel's hotline is still active: +1-213- 
Asian Americans Advancing Justice - Los Angeles takes LAX-related calls on their English hotline: 888-349-9695

Concerned about flying?

If you are a passenger or have a family member flying into SFO and LAX and you are concerned, please contact:

Want to volunteer or get status updates?

 If you are interested in volunteering with the Airport Clinic Coalition, in response to ICE raids, or the need for deportation defense; please sign up at for updates, news, and volunteer opportunities.

As of Friday, February 10th, 2017 the clinics are no longer operating on-site at the airports. If the Airport Clinic coalitions determine the need to reopen either clinic, we will announce the news and any need for volunteers on this page, twitter and facebook

If the clinics reopen, please do not rush to the airports. Instead, watch social media for alerts and updates about volunteer shifts, which will be posted online again.

Press inquiries:

Please contact OneJustice CEO Julia Wilson at

The Airport Clinic Coalitions:

These are the nonprofits that formed the backbone of the legal services response at the airports, and whose attorneys are the heroes of this story. We strongly encourage you to donate to them directly to support their work!

Bay Area Coalition (SFO, San Jose, Oakland)

LA Coalition (LAX)