Immigrant Justice Program
Services we provide
- Adjustment of Status
- Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
- DACA Renewal
- I-130 Petitions for Alien Relative
- I-589 Application for Asylum and Withholding of Removal
- Representation in Removal Proceedings
- Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS)
- T-Visas for victims of human trafficking
- U-Visas for victims of crime
- Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) Self-Petitions
Due to limited resources, the IJP can only assist individuals who fall at or below approximately 200% of the U.S. federal poverty guidelines.
When you call, you will be asked to provide documentation to confirm that you meet these guidelines before being scheduled for a consultation with an IJP staff attorney. If your income exceeds our guidelines, we will refer you to a private attorney. Once the IJP confirms that you fall within our income guidelines, you will be scheduled for a consultation with an IJP staff attorney.
At the consultation, an IJP legal representative will determine whether the IJP will accept your case; if so, you will be charged a nominal fee based on a sliding scale.
Other members include Catholic Charities of West Tennessee, Latino Memphis, Mid-South Immigration Advocates, and World Relief. Together, we are MEMigration.
MEMigration holds regular workshops. Are you interested in immigration? Are you interested in volunteering at a workshop? Sign up!