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Immigration Agency Referral List

VLN/ Park Ave Methodist Walk-In Clinic

Service Area: Hennepin County

Park Avenue Methodist Church

3400 Park Avenue South

Minneapolis, MN 55404

The Walk-In clinic provides brief consultations and referrals where appropriate to low-income persons living in Hennepin County who have immigration questions. The clinic is open only on Thursdays afternoon from 3-5 pm. Clients are served on a first come, first-served basis with no appointment necessary.

Centro Legal Inc.

Service Area: Spanish Speakers in MN

2610 University Avenue West, # 450

St. Paul, MN 55114-1024

Tel: (651) 642-1890 Fax: (651) 642-1875

Centro Legal provides free or sliding-fee legal representation for eligible low-income Spanish speakers. Areas of law include: domestic abuse, family, citizenship, immigration, consumer, housing, employment and representation for children who are abused or neglected

The Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota (Oficina Legal)

Service Area: St. Paul, Ramsey County, and Southern Minnesota

193 E. Robie St

St. Paul, MN 55107

(651) 291-0110; Fax: (651) 291-2549

The immigrant Law Center of Minnesota offers legal services on immigration-related matters such as citizenship, permanent residency, family petitions, waivers, representation in deportation proceedings, and asylum. The Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota represents individuals of any nationality and primarily represents individuals who live in Ramsey County and Southern Minnesota. Representation with citizenship and Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) cases is provided statewide. To become a client, call the number above and ask for an appointment; for information on community education and training, ask to speak with Karen Ellingson.

Hennepin County Immigration Project of the Legal Aid Society

Service Area: Hennepin County

430 1st Ave. N., Suite 300

Minneapolis, MN 55401

Intake:  612-334-5970

The Hennepin County Immigration Project provides immigration assistance to persons of low-income living in Hennepin County.  The Hennepin County Immigration Project primarily assists refugees and asylees in adjustment of status, family reunification petitions and work authorization petitions.


International Institute

1694 Como Avenue

St Paul, MN 55108

(651) 647-0191

CONTACT: Case Work

The international institute offers legal services on immigration-related matters such as citizenship, refugee and refugee settlement status.  The International Institute also takes immigration photos.

Lutheran Social Services

Refugee Services

2414 Park Avenue

Minneapolis, MN 55108

(612) 879-5268; Fax 612 871-0354

CONTACT: Betty Hayes

Lutheran Social Services offers legal services on immigration-related matters such as refugee and refugee settlement status.  Lutheran Social Services also take immigration photos.

Southern Minnesota Regional Legal; Services Inc, (SMRLS), Citizenship and Immigration Services

United Cambodian Association of Minnesota, Inc (UCAM)

1101 N. Snelling Avenue

St. Paul MN 55108

(651) 255-0797; Fax (651) 222-3559

CONTACT: Glenda Porter, Hargwanye Gegziabhre, Southea Phea Poch, Yoeuth Yan, Sopunn Tschea Poch, Kabo Yang

The SMRLS Citizenship project provides legal services to Cambodians and the greater immigrant population of Minnesota. They serve legal Immigrant, legal permanent residents, individuals granted asylum and refugees.


Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services, Inc, (SMRLS), Migrant Legal Services

700 Minnesota Bldg

St. Paul MN 55101

(651) 291-2837; Fax (651) 228-9450

CONTACT: Jennifer Stohl

Free legal services available to eligible migrant farm workers who meet Legal services corporation standards. Area of practice include employment law, public benefits and immigration.

Legal Assistance for Minnesota Prisoners

95 Law Center

University of Minnesota

MN 55455

(612) 625-6336; Fax (612) 612 626-0241

CONTACT: James Peterson, Philip Marron

Legal Assistance for Minnesota Prisoners (LAMP) offers legal assistance to immigrants serving a Minnesota sentence in the state of Minnesota.