LESBIAN, GAY, BISEXUAL, TRANSGENDER AND QUESTIONING (LBRTQ) IMMIGRANT RIGHTS
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) immigrants often face unique challenges due to their sexual orientation or gender identity. Some flee persecution in their home countries or have experienced discrimination and trauma in the United States. Others need assistance in changing their gender marker on official documents or navigating a family-based immigration case.
The Center provides support and advocacy to those in need and to ensures that legal services address these complex issues and are provided in a culturally competent manner.
Our Center collaborates and refers to specialized immigration services (Private) and a few other pro-bono organizations that, if qualified might assist in case of need.
IMMIGRATION RESOURCES AVAILABLE
Margaret Cargioli, Staff Attorney
Immigrant Defenders Law Center
634 S. Spring Street, 10th Floor
Los Angeles, CA. 90014
Immigration Case Management Services, serving USA and Mexico
45 3rd Avenue, Suite 202
Chula Vista, CA 91910
Karla L. Kraus
Kraus Law Corporation
Specialization: Immigration, Human Rights Issues
Casa Cornelia Law Center
2760 Fifth Ave, Suite 200
San Diego, CA. 92103