USCIS Fee Increase for Applications Starting Oct. 2
Starting Oct. 2, 2020: U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will increase fees for Naturalization, Employment Authorization, and several other applications...Read More
Clinic Co-Hosts Panel on Domestic Violence in Anticipation of Domestic Awareness Month in October
The Clinic got an early start on Domestic Violence Awareness Month last night, September 20th, picture-of-panel by co-hosting a community discussion, “No More Domestic Violence: Know More.” last night. The discussion with Highland Park Police Chief Paul Shafer and representatives from SHALVA, A Safe Place and a family law attorney...Read More
Summer 2017 Newsletter
NEWSLETTER Vol. 3 SUMMER 2017 Donate OUR MISSION The mission of the Highland Park-Highwood Legal Aid Clinic is to provide essential legal...Read More
What Do I Need To Know Now That DACA Has Ended?
Below is a Community Advisory put together by the Immigrant Legal Resource Center regarding information about what to do now that DACA has been rescinded. Most importantly, please consult with a lawyer if you have any questions and please beware of scams. Click to view the Community Advisory What Do...Read More
Help Get The Word Out About DACA Renewal!
Starting immediately (September, 2017), The Highland Park-Highwood Legal Aid Clinic is providing free legal assistance to any and all individuals who need assistance renewing their DACA application, regardless of where they live or work. To be eligible for renewal, current DACA must be expiring between September 5, 2017 – March 5...Read More
Ross’s Partners with Clinic
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month Ross’s partners with the Highland Park-Highwood Legal Aid Clinic to fight domestic violence Too many community members know someone who is a victim of domestic abuse, but they are not aware of the signs, services available or how to help. The Highland Park-Highwood...Read More