Immigration Resources

Immigration Resources for Students and Families

Northwest Immigrants Rights Project

Northwest Immigrants Rights Project promotes justice by defending and advancing the rights of immigrants through direct legal services, systemic advocacy, and community education.
 
Resources include:  

  • Safety Plan (English, Spanish and Somali)
  • Know Your Rights at Home and at Work (English, Spanish)
  • ACLU Pamphlet (English, Arabic, Urdu, Farsi, Hindi, Punjabi, Somali, Spanish, French)
  • How to Protect Yourself from Immigration Raids (English, Spanish)
  • Private Attorney List
  • Guide for Detained Immigrants (English, Spanish)
  • DACA/DREAMERS
  • Latest Immigration Updates

Colectiva Legal

Colectiva Legal del Pueblo is a non-hierarchal collective organization founded for and by undocumented immigrants working to build community leadership and power for migrant justice through legal advocacy and education.

United We Dream

United We Dream seeks to address the inequities and obstacles faced by immigrant youth and believe that by empowering immigrant youth, we can advance the cause of the entire community—justice for all immigrants.

We’re driven by and accountable to our thousands of members across the country who make up our sustainable and robust grassroots network.

We believe we can build power by organizing at the local, regional, and national levels and aim to provide tools and resources to support our leaders and member organizations, as well as create meaningful alliances with other advocacy organizations.

Puentes Seattle

Puentes mobilizes mental health resources to help undocumented migrants and their families cope and flourish, despite our broken immigration system.

We create innovating therapeutic spaces to promote social healing, the recovery of social agency, and engage community members to work towards immigration justice in the US.

ACLU of Washington

The ACLU is the nation’s premier civil rights and civil liberties organization.  It is an unwavering voice of freedom, fairness and equality for all people in America.  We work in the courts, the legislatures, and in our communities to protect and extend basic rights for everyone.

The ACLU is fueled by more than 500,000 members and supporters as well as thousands of volunteers.  The ACLU takes no government funds - we are people-powered!