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Catholic Charities East Texas provides immigration legal services as a way to reunite families and promote self-sufficiency for immigrants through low-fee legal assistance in immigration matters before the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service. Please click the link for more information on the services this organization can provide. 
This service provides legal guardianship protection, including less restrictive alternatives such as financial, medical and living wills for those who lack mental capacity due to age, illness, or disability and who are at risk of abuse, neglect, and/or exploitation. Please click the link to find out more about this organization.
This organization can provide help with family based immigration, permanent resident card replacement or renewal, deferred action for childhood arrivals, visas for victims of crime and human trafficking, naturalization, and asylum. Please click the link for more information. 
This organization can provide help with family based immigration, permanent resident card replacement or renewal, deferred action for childhood arrivals, visas for victims of crime and human trafficking, naturalization, and asylum. Please click the link for more information. 
Esta organización puede proporcionar ayuda con la inmigración basada en la familia, el reemplazo o la renovación de la tarjeta de residente permanente, la acción diferida para las llegadas de la niñez, las visas para las víctimas del crimen y la trata de personas, la naturalización y el asilo. Haga clic en el enlace para obtener más información.
The Immigration and Legal Services (ILS) of Catholic Charities of Dallas was established in 1975 in response to the growing number of immigrants moving to the North Texas area. Program caseworkers are committed to help individuals understand the immigration law and to know their rights under the law. The program provides a broad range of immigration counseling and representation to immigrants and their families.Please click the link for more information. 
Catholic Charities of Southeast Texas is the only non-profit inSoutheast Texas recognized by the BIA and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS), formerly known as Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS), to provide legal immigration services to clients.  Please click the link for more information on how this organization can help you. 
The Central Brazos Valley Dispute Resolution Center is a private, non-profit, tax exempt 501 (c) (3) corporation established under the laws of Texas on September 13, 1996. It exists to help provide for the peaceful resolution of conflicts. Please click the link for more information on this service. 
The Central Texas Dispute Resolution Center is a 501(C) (3) non-profit organization providing mediation services and training to the underserved and unserved in Hays, Comal, Guadalupe, and Caldwell Counties. Please click the link for more information on this organization. 
COVID-19 Changes: As we are based in Houston/Harris County, Texas, where the Mayor and Harris County Judge have both declared public health emergencies and many school districts are closed, CILA also grapp
COVID-19 Update: Workforce Solutions Offices and COVID-19 Updates Due to the spread of COVID-19, several of our Workforce Solutions offices around the state have had to move to virtual services. Before you go to any office please check the updated closure list to find the best way to contact your office. Closures updates daily. Find information on employment discrimination complaint resolution, procedures, deadlines and more.
If you are having trouble getting in contact with your lawyer or working with your lawyer the State Bar of Texas Client Attorney Assistance Program may be able to help you. Please click the link for more information. 
This organization provides mediation services in family law matters or community disputes for a nominal fee. Please click this link for more information. 
Consejos  Legales is a program offered by the HBA and co-sponsored by the Mexican American Bar Association and the Hispanic Bar Association. It offers free, simple legal advice in Spanish for Harris County residents. Please click the link for more information. 
COVID-19 Changes: Federal, state, and local governments are working to respond to the growing public health threat of coronavirus, or COVID-19. The CFPB and other financial regulators have encouraged financial institutions to work with their customers to meet their community needs.
COVID-19 Changes: Please click HERE for the most up to date information and guidance. How to Get Help Phone: Call 1-800-538-1579 Email: Send email correspondence, complaints and questions to consumer.complaints@occc.texas.gov  
The Corpus Christi Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service serves  Corpus Christi and its surrounding areas. If you would like help to find the right lawyer to hire for your case, you can contact the Corpus Christi Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service. Please click the link for more information. 
The CPS Family Helpline for Strong Families & Safe Children answers questions from parents and caregivers about CPS issues. The Helpline is a project of the Texas Legal Services Center and is sponsored by the Children’s Commission of the Texas Supreme Court, the Children’s Justice Act, and the Texas Access to Justice Foundation. Please click the link for more information on how to get help from this organization.   
Crime Victims is a statewide Texas Legal Services Center project providing free direct legal representation and referrals to victims of violent crime, and domestic violence victims and survivors. Crime Victims lawyers offer legal advice, safety planning, pro se assistance, and legal representation. Crime Victims also assists victims with applying for crime victim compensation claims. Please click the link for more information on how to apply for services.     
COVID-19 Changes: In an effort to maintain the health and safety of our staff, Crime Victim Services is remotely monitoring all communications. For assistance, please contact us through the web form available at www.texasattorneygeneral.gov/crime-victims, or you can write to us at Crime Victim Services Division, Office of the Attorney General, PO Box 12198, Austin, Texas 78711-2548.