Please donate to ILCM's Central American Refugee Defense Project today!
Through this project ILCM will provide free lawyers to low-income children and single parents who have no money to pay private attorneys guaranteeing them their best possibility to permanently remain in the U.S. and finally escape some of the worst violence anywhere on the planet. In addition to provide children with lawyers - ILCM will use its expertise and connections to inform state and federal policy makers to improve laws and systems to reduce this crisis and work to make the U.S. response one based on dignity, respect, and long-term solutions.
|Watch a short video about one of ILCM's former clients, Eddie, who traveled from Honduras to the US as an unaccompanied minor.|
|Listen to the director of ILCM, John Keller, explain the importance of free and fair legal representation for the children and families who have recently crossed the border.|
USCIS NOW ACCEPTING DACA RENEWALS!
Download our DACA renewal fliers for display!
On June 5, 2014, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced the renewal process for hundreds of thousands of young noncitizens who received a grant of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).
USCIS released guidance on how to submit DACA renewals, as well as a newly revised DACA application form to be used for both initial and renewal applications. See our DACA FAQs page for more information on the renewal process, including when to file your application. Or visit our general DACA page to learn more.
Se puede ver un video de Univision con el director de ILCM, John Keller, explicando detalles de la renovacion de DACA con Albert Fierro del Consulado Mexicano en Saint Paul.
ILCM moved on September 1, 2013. Our office is now on the second floor of our current building, the Bigelow Building. Our new address is 450 North Syndicate Street, Suite 200, Saint Paul, Minnesota, 55104.