Immigration Legal Clinic

Organization Details

Organization Name:
World Relief Baltimore
7 East Baltimore St.,
Program Contact email
Program Contact Phone
410-244-0002, Text: 601-389-7525
Program staff provide services in other lanuages
Cost or fee (describe)
$80 consultation fee can be paid by credit card over the phone
Immigrants an their family members who reside within the state of Maryland or who have cases with the Immigration Court in Maryland
Program Description

World Relief Baltimore Immigrant Services Office advises and represents immigrants and their family members in immigration matters such as the following:

  • Consultations so that clients understand the immigration options for themselves and their family members
  • Applying for permanent residence and work permits
  • Petitioning for family members to remain or reunite with them in the U.S.
  • Applying for naturalization
  • Applying TPS & DACA
  • Assisting victims of crime and of domestic violence
  • Representation in deportation proceedings

We provide assistance to immigrants or their family members who reside within the state of Maryland or who have cases with the Immigration Court in Maryland.

Immigration and Citizenship
Full Representation
Se habla Español
Full Representation
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