Jubilee’s mission is to stand in solidarity with immigrants and their families by providing affordable, quality immigration legal services and advocating for just immigration policies. We envision and strive for a reconciled and restored community, one we believe to be God’s intent for all of humanity.
Our attorneys and advocates provide quality legal representation for vulnerable and marginalized immigrants. We serve clients who are able to travel to our office in San Francisco. We do not serve clients who live outside the U.S. We offer some free services. Some of our services are based on a flat fee. The fee varies depending on your income, the type of case and the level of complexity.
- U Visa
Immigrants who have been victims of certain violent crimes in the U.S., such as domestic violence or assault, may be eligible for a U visa. The crime must have been reported to law enforcement, often the police.
VAWA stands for the Violence Against Women Act. Domestic violence victims who have been abused by their U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident spouse or parent may apply for legal immigration status on their own, without the help of the abusive spouse or parent.
Immigrants who are afraid to return to their home country due to persecution because of their race, religion, nationality, political opinion or membership in a particular social group may be eligible for asylum and permitted to remain in the U.S.
SIJS stands for Special Immigrant Juvenile Status. Children who have been abused, abandoned or neglected by at least one parent may be eligible to become legal permanent residents.