May 2021 Clinic Highlights

In May 2021, OneJustice partnered with our legal aid and pro bono partners to plan three virtual immigration clinics where community members can access free immigration consultations and legal assistance with Adjustment of Status and Naturalization applications. We appreciate working with our legal aid, community, and pro bono partners to ensure immigrant communities have access to free legal assistance during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • On May 7th, OneJustice, Jenesse Center, and the Association of Pro Bono Counsel (APBCo) partnered for a virtual IMPACT LA Immigration Clinic. We were able to provide legal assistance to seven people who are survivors of domestic violence. All 7 community members left the virtual legal clinic with referrals for additional legal assistance, mental health services, and social services. We appreciate our stellar pro bono partners at O’Melveny & Myers and Kaiser Permanente.
  • On May 14th, OneJustice and Social Justice Collaborative (SJC) partnered for the Justice Bus Network to provide legal assistance for asylees with fill out the Adjustment of Status application. We were able to provide legal assistance to 13 community members thanks to the incredible pro bono partnership of Morrison & Forester LLP.
  • On May 20th, OneJustice and the Immigration Institute of the Bay Area (IIBA) of Sonoma County collaborated for a virtual Naturalization legal clinic. We were able to assist eight community members in Sonoma County complete their applications for naturalization. We are grateful for our pro bono partners at Morrison Foerster, Baker & McKenzie, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, and Southwestern School of Law.