Immigration Resources

How to Get a Green Card for Your Parents

Henson Pachuta & Kammerman, PLLC has a great resource on their website to learn the steps to apply to get a green card for your parents.

Local Immigration/Resource Offices

SFILEN - San Francisco Immigration Legal and Education Network


African Advocacy Network (AAN)
938 Valencia St. San Francisco
(415) 503-1032

Arab Resource and Organizing Center (AROC)
522 Valencia St. San Francisco
(415) 861-7444

Asian Law Caucus (ALC)
55 Columbus Ave. San Francisco
(415) 896-1701

Asian Pacific Islander and Legal Outreach
1121 Mission St. San Francisco
(415) 567-6255

Black Alliance for Just Immigration (BAJI)
(415) 663-2254

Causa Justa/ Just Cause
2301 Mission St. San Francisco
(415) 487-9022

Central American Resource Center (CARECEN)
3101 Mission St. San Francisco
(415) 642-4400

Chinese for Affirmative Action
17 Walter U Lum pl. San Francisco
(415) 274-6750

Dolores Street Community Services
938 Valencia St. San Francisco
(415) 282-6209

Filipino Community Center (FCC)
4681 Mission St. San Francisco
(415) 333-6267

La Raza Centro Legal
474 Valencia St. San Francisco
(415) 575-3500

Mujeres Unidas Y Activas (MUA)
3543 18th St. San Francisco
(415) 621-8140

People Organizing to Demand Environmental and Economic Rights (PODER!)
474 Valencia St. San Francisco
(415) 431-4210



Other Readings and Syllabi

(including a great syllabus on Standing Rock) from The New Inquiry:

Please read and share these resources about what to do instead of calling the police:

  • Recommendations and Love for Cop Watchers by Malcolm X Grassroots Movement
  • What To Do Instead of Calling the Police
  • Don't Call the Police by Mike Ludwig
  • Calling Someone Other Than the Cops by Conor Friedersdorf
  • Policing is a Dirty Job, But Nobody's Got To Do It: 6 Ideas for a Cop Free World by José Martín
  • Critical Resistance Oakland Power Project: The Oakland Power Projects (OPP) builds the capacity for Oakland residents to reject police and policing as the default response to harm and to highlight or create alternatives that actually work by identifying current harms, amplifying existing resources, and developing new practices that do not rely on policing solutions.
  • Resources for Addressing Harm, Accountability, and Healing (From Critical Resistance)