Do you have a loved one or a client detained inside Golden State Annex or Mesa Verde Detention Facility? Send them this Know Your Rights Guide to learn more about labor rights and the ongoing labor strikes.
Centro Legal de la Raza continues to take every recommended precaution to protect our clients, staff, community, and the general public from exposure to the Coronavirus. Our offices will remain closed until further notice, and we continue to provide legal services remotely by telephone, video, etc. We will provide updates as we continue to explore the best ways to provide legal services to our community, while also being attentive to public health guidance. Our priority is the safety and health of our clients, staff, and all vulnerable community members. If you have any questions, and or require legal assistance, please reach out at 510-437-1554.
If you see Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in action, suspect ICE activity in progress, or if you are detained or someone you know is detained by ICE, call ACILEP for rapid response and immigration legal services (510) 241-4011.
Centro Legal’s immigration practice is focused on serving the needs of our most vulnerable community members, including families living in poverty, long residing undocumented immigrants and families, youth, victims of violent crimes, asylum seekers, and detained individuals in removal proceedings.
Through each of our legal programs, Centro Legal represents low-income and immigrant workers, tenants, and other clients and communities in affirmative and impact lawsuits to protect their rights and improve conditions more broadly.