Si es detenido por agentes de Migración o atestigua un arresto migratorio, llame a la Línea Directa de la Red de Respuesta Rápida de la Coalición pro Derechos de los Migrantes del Condado de Tompkins:
If you are stopped by Immigration officials or are witness to an immigration arrest, call the Tompkins County Immigrant Rights Coalition Rapid Response Network Hotline:
Farmworker Legal Assistance
Ithaca, NY 14853
The Cornell Law School Farmworker Legal Assistance Clinic provides free legal services to upstate New York farmworkers in deportation defense and employment litigation matters. Because we are a teaching clinic, our caseload is intentionally very low. To contact the Clinic, call 607-255-4196.
Catholic Charities Tompkins/Tioga
324 W. Buffalo St
Ithaca, NY 14850
The Immigrant Services Program (ISP) of Catholic Charities Tompkins/Tioga assists and advocates for immigrants to attain family unity, economic independence and social integration.
Their services include Legal Immigration Services as well as Support Services.
Note: Some offices indicate what counties they serve. If you contact one that doesn't, make sure you let them know the county where you are located.
Binghamton American Civic Association
131 Front Street
Binghamton, NY 13905
Catholic Charities of Albany
40 N. Main Avenue
Albany, NY 12203
Serves residents of the following New York State Counties: Albany, Schenectady, Rensselaer, Columbia, Greene, Herkimer, Fulton, Montgomery, Saratoga, Warren, Washington, Delaware, Otsego, and Schoharie.
Immigration Legal Services for low-income qualified individuals include:
Consultation, counseling, and preparation of petitions and applications for, among other benefits, lawful permanent residency and U.S. citizenship.
By appointment only.
Catholic Charities of Onondaga County
1654 West Onondaga Street
Syracuse NY 13204
Serves residents of Onondaga County.
Catholic Family Center, Rochester
87 N. Clinton Ave
Rochester, NY 14604
Erie County Bar Association Volunter Lawyers Project, Inc.
237 Main Street, Suite 1000
Buffalo, NY 14203
By appointment only.
Hiscock Legal Aid Society
351 South Warren Street
Syracuse, NY 13202
The Hiscock Legal Aid Society is part of the Upstate NY Immigration Law Project in collaboration with the Legal Aid Society of Rochester and the Legal Aid Society of Northeastern NY. The Project in Syracuse provides immigration-related legal assistance to people in a 17-county region of Upstate New York. Such assistance can include advice, representation and/or referral on a variety of matters, including naturalization/citizenship, family-based immigration, adjustment of status, consular processing, asylum, temporary protected status, deferred action (DACA), NACARA, special immigrant juvenile status, T-visas (trafficking victims), U- visas (crime victims), Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) petitions, and employment authorization.
Volunteer Legal Service Project of Monroe County
Telesca Center for Justice
1 West Main St., 5th Floor
Rochester, NY 14614
Phone: (585) 232-3051
Fax: (585) 232-5103
The Legal Aid Society of Mid-New York
Serving Broome, Cayuga, Chenango, Cortland, Delaware, Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, Madison, Oneida, Onondaga, Oswego and Otsego and farmworkers anywhere in New York State.
For a listing of each county office, see below.
168 Water Street
Binghamton, New York 13901
Phone: (607) 231-5900
Fax: (607) 724-7211
Serves: Broome County
111 Port Watson Street
Cortland, New York 13045
Phone: (607) 428-8400
Fax: (607) 753-7257
Serves: Cortland County
P.O. Box 887
Oneonta, New York 13820
Phone: (607) 433-2220
Fax: (607) 433-1433
Serves: Delaware and Otsego Counties
(Hours: By appointment only.)
108 West Bridge Street
Oswego, New York 13126
Phone: (315) 532-6900
Fax: (315) 342-1891
Serves: Oswego County
Otsego County Office
Meadows Office Complex, Suite 6
140 County Highway 33 West
Cooperstown, New York 13326
Phone: (607) 286-4044 (or 4045)
Fax: (607) 286-4048
Serves: Otsego County
(Hours: By appointment only.)
221 South Warren Street, Suite 310
Syracuse, New York 13202
Phone: (315) 703-6600
Fax: (315) 424-4911
Serves: Cayuga and Onondaga Counties
268 Genesee Street
Utica, New York 13502
Phone: (315) 793-7000
Fax: (315) 732-3202
Serves: Herkimer, Lewis, Madison and
215 Washington Street
Watertown, New York 13601
Phone: (315) 955-6700
Fax: (315) 785-9118
Serves: Jefferson and Lewis Counties
Farmworker Law Project Office
Serves all counties in NYS.
From the United States (800) 804-8575
From Jamaica (800) 248-2429
From Mexico 001-877-248-2429
52 South Manheim Blvd.
New Paltz, New York 12561
Phone: (845) 256-9096 or (800) 804-8575
Fax: (845) 256-0494
Legal Aid Society of Rochester
1 W. Main Street, Suite 800
Rochester, NY 14614
Fax: (585) 232-2352
129 County Route 64
Mexico, NY 13114
Naturalization/citizenship support services to migrant farmworkers who are eligible for services through BOCES' regional Migrant Education Tutorial and Support Services, as well as for students in BOCES' ESL classes.
The Legal Resource Center has prepared a community advisory that lays out what the Administration's decision of September 5, 2017, to phase out and eventually end Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) over two and half years means for DACA recipients, those with pending applications, those who need to renew their DACA, and more. See the advisory in English.
El Legal Resource Center ha preparado un documento que explica lo que significa para quienes recibieron el estatus DACA la decision del Gobierno Federal del 5 de septiembre de 2017 de descontinuar gradualmente y al final de dos años y medio terminar el programa de Acción Diferida para los Llegados en la Infancia (DACA, por sus siglas en inglés). El documento cubre los casos de quienes tienen solicitudes pendientes, quienes necesitan renovar su estatus y otros. Ver el documento en español.
National Immigration Law Center DACA page. Includes
DACA Under the Trump Administration
Top 5 Things to Know About the Announcement That DACA Is Being Ended (Sept. 5, 2017)
Frequently Asked Questions on DACA Termination
About DACA and Employment (answers to frequently asked questions)
Side by Side: DACA and Related 2017 Legislation (table)
Side by Side: Provisions of 2010 and 2017 Dream Acts and DACA (table)
New Questions and Answers About DACA Now That Trump Is President
Potential Scenarios: Legal Threats to DACA
#Defend DACA: Stories in Defense of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals
The impact of Trump's administration's decision to terminate DACA, from Ithaca based law firm Miller Mayer's immigration practice group
Factsheet with key information on the DACA termination (in English).
El impacto de la decisión del gobierno de Trump de terminar DACA, por el grupo de abogados migratorios del despacho Miller Mayer (en inglés).
Ficha con información básica sobre la rescisión de DACA (en español)
Video of a panel at Cornell Law School analyzing President Trump’s immigration executive actions (Sept. 8, 2017). The panelists were three eminent constitutional law scholars: Michael Dorf from Cornell, Ilya Somin from George Mason University, and Eric Posner from the University of Chicago. The moderator was immigration law attorney and Cornell Law School professor Steve Yale-Loehr, The panel discussed both the travel ban and DACA rescission litigation and the Ninth Circuit’s decision of 09/07/2017. It also provides a good primer on plenary power and executive power generally. The panel discussion begins at about minute 6:30, after the introduction by Cornell Law School Dean Eduardo Penalver.
Syracuse University Office of Clinical Legal Education
The Office of Clinical Legal Education provides representation to individuals and groups in Syracuse and neighboring communities who cannot afford private attorneys or who cannot obtain other available legal assistance.
8:30 A.M. and 4:30 P.M., Monday through Friday
Areas of law served:
Children’s Rights and Family Law Clinic
Disability Rights Clinic
Elder Law Clinic
Low Income Tax Clinic
Securities Arbitration Clinic
Veterans Legal Clinic
All inquiries should be directed to our main number at 315-443-4582.
Please note that: