- Practice Advisory: Strategies For Obtaining SIJS Factual Findings in Virginia After the 2021 Amendment to Code of Virginia § 16.1-241
- Practice Advisory: Using Virginia’s Law Enforcement Agency Certification Law To Obtain LEA Certification for U and T Visa Applicants
- Update: Expanded Immigrant Eligibility for VA In-State Tuition
Actualización: Expansión de elegibilidad de matrícula estatal en VA para inmigrantes
- SJIS Factual Findings in Virginia
- National Immigration Forum
Advocates and builds public support for public policies that welcome immigrants and refugees to the United States.
- National Immigration Law Center
Protects and promote the rights and opportunities of low-income immigrants and their family members. NILC’s staff specializes in immigration law and the employment and public benefits rights of immigrants.
- Farmworker Justice
Empowers migrant and seasonal farmworkers to improve their living and working conditions, immigration status, health, occupational safety and access to justice.
- National Council of La Raza
Reduces poverty and discrimination, and promotes improving opportunities, for Hispanic Americans.
- National Employment Law Project
NELP’s Immigrant and Nonstandard Worker Project seeks to protect and promote employment rights of low-wage workers.
- American Civil Liberties Union of Virginia
Uses lobbying, litigation and public education to promote civil liberties and civil rights in the state.
- Virginia Coalition of Latino Organizations (VACOLAO)
An alliance among organizations in Virginia that serve or support the interests of the Latino/Hispanic community in order to empower the community and secure equal treatment, equal opportunity and equal representation for Latinos/Hispanics.
- Creciendo Juntos (Growing Together)
An interagency and intercommunity network for issues related to the Latino/Hispanic community in the City of Charlottesville, Albemarle County and surrounding areas.
- Colaborando Juntos (Working Together)
An innovative network of government, nonprofit, faith, private and community volunteers who work with and for the Latino/Hispanic community and its well-being. CJ serves the Central Virginia region, working to increase public awareness of critical issues by encouraging partnerships and leveraging resources.
We host the listservs of the Virginia Coalition of Latino Organizations (VACOLAO). If you are interested in joining these groups, contact Edgar Aranda-Yanoc, organizing coordinator in our Falls Church office.
The Immigrant Advocacy Program has received support from the Partnership For Equity of The Community Foundation for the National Capital Region, Cafritz Foundation, Herb Block Foundation, Public Welfare Foundation, Washington Forrest Foundation, Arlington Community Foundation, Arlington County Bar Foundation, County of Arlington, County of Fairfax, City of Alexandria and many generous individuals.