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Legal Services

Various attorneys, community resources, and firms offer legal services to help you or your loved one through a variety of situations. Attorneys can help older relatives or friends ensure that their preferences regarding medical care and financial decisions will be followed in the event of incapacitation or inability to communicate. There are various low and reduced-cost legal services throughout the community, but many require financial qualifications to participate. Please use caution when emailing confidential information before speaking with an attorney.

Immigration Resources

Legal questions regarding immigration or immigration status can be complicated. These community resources work to answer questions, legally represent immigrants and their families, and help navigate the immigration system. The United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) provides information and assistance with all aspects of citizenship and immigration, for general immigration questions reach out to USCIS.

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Lawyer Referral Service (LRS)

Pima County Bar

(520) 623-4625

https://www.tucsonlawyers.org/

description
For a minimal fee, the Lawyer Referral Service will connect a caller with a licensed attorney who will provide a 30-minute consultation (either in-person or over the phone).

service area
Tucson

business hours
M - F 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM

costs
$35 non-refundable fee.

Promise Arizona

6437 S Central
Phoenix, AZ 85042

(602) 288-3663

http://www.promiseaz.org

  • Spanish Services

description
Promise Arizona assists with immigration issues related to naturalization/citizenship. They offer services in English and Spanish. Services provided are immigration, education, and leadership development, advocacy within low-income communities.

service area
Phoenix

business hours
M - F 8:00 - 5:00 by appointment only

costs
No cost

Southern Arizona Legal Aid, Inc. (SALA)

2343 E. Broadway Blvd., Ste. 200
Tucson, AZ 85719

(520) 623-9465 | (800) 640-9465

Fax: (520) 620-0443

https://www.sazlegalaid.org/

  • Low Income
  • Spanish Services

description
We are a non-profit law firm that specializes in civil law. Our Mission is to provide quality legal aid and to empower people who would not otherwise have equal access to justice in ways that affirm their dignity and integrity.
SALA has offices located throughout its nine-county service area. You can apply for legal aid in person at a local office, by telephone or over the internet. Visit our website or call to find an office near you. Office hours and times for applying for services at a local office may vary, please call for hours

service area
Casa Grande,Nogales,Tucson

business hours
8AM-5PM Intake Hours 9AM-11:30AM 1PM-3:30PM

costs
Financial eligibility criteria apply

United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)

4475 S. Coach Dr.
Tucson, AZ 85714

(800) 375-5283 | TTY (800) 767-1833

https://www.uscis.gov

  • Spanish Services

description
United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) provides information and assistance with all aspects of citizenship and immigration including problems with documentation, obtaining forms, submitting applications, and finding services. This field office serves all of Pima County, as well as Cochise, Graham, Pinal, and Santa Cruz counties. Immigrants are seen on a walk-in basis, or you can use InfoPass at www.my.uscis.gov/appointment to make an appointment.

business hours
8:15 am - 2:00 pm

University of Arizona Law Clinics

University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law

1201 E. Speedway Blvd.
Tucson, AZ 85721

(520) 621-3477

https://law.arizona.edu/law-clinics

description
The U of A provides law clinics in the following areas: child & family law, civil rights restoration, criminal prosecution, domestic violence, immigration, intellectual property, international human rights advocacy workshop, natural resources use and management, tribal justice, veterans' advocacy, workers rights, wrongful conviction, and Yaqui human rights project.

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