AMERICAN IMMIGRATION LAWYER ASSOCIATION (AILA’s )
AILA is the only legal association in the United States for immigration attorneys.  Find an attorney in your area.
 

ARIZONA PUBLIC DEFENDERS ASSOCIATION
The Arizona Public Defenders Association is a non-profit corporation that helps to improve the quality of legal representation of poor people who face the loss of their liberty, and thereby to enhance the administration of justice; safeguard the constitutional rights of indigent individuals, thereby protecting the rights of all members of the community; and  assist our clients and the community by seeking dispositions that are effective in addressing the underlying problems that contribute to criminal behavior, thereby reducing recidivism and enhancing public safety.
Toll Free Phone: 1-866-899- 2732
For statewide offices in Arizona, click here


ARIZONA STATE BAR ASSOCIATION
The State Bar of Arizona serves the public and enhances the legal profession by promoting the competency, ethics and professionalism of its members and enhancing the administration of and access to justice.

AZ LAW HELP
Agencies in Arizona that provides legal assistance for free or at a reduced cost

PIMA COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION
The Pima County Bar Association provides service and leadership to the public and to the profession, to provide to all people of Pima County access to and awareness of the law, and to promote respect for and satisfaction in the professionalism. PCBA has no affiliation with the county, city, or federal government.
177 N Church Ave. Suite #101 Tucson, AZ 85701 Phone: (520) 623-8258 Fax: (520) 623-9772

INTERNATIONAL RESCUE COMMITTEE (IRC)
The International Rescue Committee (IRC) responds to the world’s worst humanitarian crisis and helps people to survive and rebuild their lives after been forced to flee their homes because of war or persecution based on race, nationality, religious beliefs, or political opinions.  The IRC in Tucson has welcomed over 3,000 refugees from over 23 countries as newcomers to the Tucson community.  The IRC provides a variety of services including housing and cash assistance, counseling services, wellness promotion, youth development, access to health care, job search services, English classes, and U.S. citizenships preparation.
IRC offers high-quality, low-cost immigration legal services, assisting refugees and other vulnerable populations.  Services include representation in connection with filing of applications and petitions for adjustment of status, family reunification, naturalization and other immigration benefits.
International Rescue Committee in Tucson, AZ 3100 N. Campbell Site #101, Tucson, AZ
(520) 319-2128 Email Tucson@rescue.org

PIMA COUNTY PUBLIC DEFENDER
The Pima County Public Defender provides legal defense services to people charged with felony and juvenile offenses in Pima County.
33 North Stone Avenue, Suite 2100  Tucson, AZ 85701
Phone: 520/243-6800 Fax: 520/770-4168

PIMA COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT
Pima County Superior Court offers a variety of services including: divorces, child support, marriage licenses, power of attorney, protection orders, name changes, acknowledgment of paternity, annulments and passport applications.
110 W. Congress Street, Tucson, AZ 85701 (520) 724-3200

THE FLORENCE IMMIGRANT AND REFUGEE RIGHTS PROJECT 
The Florence Project is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization providing free legal services to men, women, and unaccompanied children detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in Arizona.  The Project strives to ensure that detained individuals have access to counsel, understand their rights under immigration law, and are treated fairly and humanely by our judicial system.
Florence Project Main Office, PO Box 654, Florence, AZ (520) 868-0191  Email: firrp@firrp.org

TUCSON IMMIGRANTS WORKERS PROJECT
The Tucson Immigrant Workers' Project (El Proyecto de Trabajadores Inmigrantes de Tucson) advocates for the rights of low-wage immigrant workers through direct service, public policy research, and community education and outreach.
IF YOU ARE A WORKER CONCERNED ABOUT: unpaid wages; your treatment at work and other problems on the job, CALL THE WORKER LINE:  (520) 621-7331 OR EMAIL TO: tiwp@email.arizona.edu Tucson Immigrants Workers Project provides free and confidential legal counseling with trained law students and attorneys.
 

VISA INFORMATION FOR IMMIGRANTS
Visit the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) web to obtain information
on the different types of visas and its requirements.

U.S. CITIZENSHIP AND IMMIGRATION SERVICES (USCIS)/HUMANITARIAN PROGRAMS AND PROTECTION
USCIS/Humanitarian Programs and Protection offers information in these areas: battered spouse, children and parents; humanitarian parole; refugee status or asylum; temporary protected status, and victims of human trafficking and other crimes.