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  IMMIGRATION SERVICES 

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GETTING HELP AND GUIDANCE

To create a transformative impact for LGBTQ undocumented immigrants/migrants, refugees and asylum seekers,

 

The Center provides education and referrals for direct legal services this community vulnerable to violence and hate. Legal services are funded by the Stop the Hate Program and provided by our partner, UURise. 

To set up an appointment with our Immigration Services Navigator, click the button below.

Ines Delgado (She/Her)

Immigration Navigator

RECOGNIZING THE QUEER IMMIGRANT EXPERIENCE

 The North County LGBTQ Resource Center recognizes and highlights the queer immigrant experience, one that is met with unique challenges due to their gender identity or sexual orientation and its relationship with their country’s politics and culture.

 

When in the United States, these individuals find that immigration status influences access to essential resources, exacerbating the difficulty in navigating their safety and well-being as a queer, non-citizen.

 

The Center is determined to provide support and advocacy to those in need in a culturally competent manner, in a space that accepts and understands the complexities that arise from the queer and immigrant intersection. 

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ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

Below are some additional resources that we hope you'll find helpful:

UURise Information:

  • UURISE Main Office

    • 1600 Buena Vista DrVista, CA 92081

    • 760-477-7537

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