EBSC provides many free and low-cost legal services for immigrants. Read on to learn how we can help you.
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EBSC may be able to help you file an affirmative asylum application. This type of asylum is available only to people who are already in the U.S. and are afraid to go back to their home country. EBSC can help only people who are residing in the SF Asylum Office jurisdiction.  


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If you were brought to the U.S. as a child, you may be eligible for DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals), sometimes called Dreamers.

Support Services

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We can help connect you to public benefits like food stamps or cash assistance, medical care, employment services, or mental health support.

Green Card

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If you won your asylum case through EBSC and want to get or renew a Green Card so you can live and work permanently in the U.S., EBSC can help. 

U.S. Citizenship

Our outreach workers offer 1-to-1 education about your rights, what to do if ICE comes to your door, workplace and COVID safety, and what to do if you are the victim of a hate crime. We also offer a weekly radio program in Spanish and Mam on Radio B’alam.

Work Permit

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OLAS offers workshops and retreats that create community and emotional support for LGBTQ+ asylum seekers from Latin America. All activities are offered in Spanish.