CRISP is a collaborative project involving member organizations whose shared mission is to provide free or low-cost immigration legal services to children, families, and the elderly living in Peninsula communities. CRISP partners rely on collaborative engagement and referral processes, high quality legal representation and support, and coordinated outreach efforts that enable more efficient delivery of immigration services and support in the Peninsula region.


Immigrant Legal Resource Center provides updated information on Immigrant Issues

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CRISP Partner Immigrant Legal Resource Center (ILRC) is an important resource for information regarding recent ICE immigration detainers, sanctuary policies, and new executive orders pertaining to immigration. 

ILRC has also prepared an updated flyer with information about the current state of the law regarding DACA. The information is available here in English.

En español aqui.


CRISP Partners

Asian Pacific Islander Legal Outreach
(415) 567-6255
www.apilegaloutreach.org
Social justice organization serving the Asian and Pacific Islander communities of the Greater Bay Area.

 

Catholic Charities Refugee & Immigrant Services San Mateo County
(650) 295-2160
www.catholiccharitiessf.org
Supports families, aging and disabled adults, and youth through social services. 

 

Coastside Hope
(650) 726-9071
www.coastsidehope.org
Core Service Center serving El Granada, Half Moon Bay, Miramar, Montara and Moss Beach.

 

Community Legal Services in East Palo Alto
(650) 326-6440
www.clsepa.org
Legal service provider for individuals and families in East Palo Alto.

 

Immigrant Legal Resource Center
(415) 255-9499
www.ilrc.org
Resource center that provides legal training, educational materials, and advocacy to advance immigrant rights.

 

International Institute of the Bay Area - Redwood City Office
(650) 780-7530
www.iibayarea.org
Provides immigration and naturalization legal assistance for low income immigrants.

 

La Raza Centro Legal
(415) 575-3500
www.lrcl.org
Legal service provider for Latino, immigrant and low income community members in San Francisco



Legal Aid would like to thank the Grove Foundation, Silicon Valley Community Foundation and individual donors for their funding support of the CRISP Collaborative.