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Hours:  Monday-Thursday: 8 am - 7 pm                  Friday: 8 am - 1 pm

Appointments: To schedule a Counseling appointment, call (818) 778-5998

Location: Student Services Center 2nd Floor - Mosaic Center

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Legal Support

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Legal Clinics at LAVC 

Throughout the year, the DRC facilitates Legal Clinics and Immigration Update workshops, which students and their families can attend to speak directly with lawyers. Within our Legal Clinics, students are able to speak one-on-one with attorneys, have their questions answered, as well as renew DACA applications.


Community Legal Support 

Asian Law Caucus - The mission of Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Asian Law Caucus is to promote, advance, and represent the legal and civil rights of Asian Pacific Islander communities.

Central American Resource Center - "CARECEN is committed to providing high-quality, affordable immigration legal services. We have a no charge consultations for most cases. We do not charge any fees for DACA and Naturalization consultations. Persons seeking assistance with VAWA and/or U-VISA applications should visit our VAWA/U-VISA page. Fees for further legal services are based on the type of case and are discussed during the initial consultation. After that, clients can set appointments for follow-up services."

Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights"CHIRLA is recognized by the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) to provide immigration legal services at low-cost to its members. All legal staff and volunteers at CHIRLA are supervised by licensed attorneys, BIA-accredited representatives, Juris Doctors, and trained paralegals. Our Legal Services Department has helped thousands of individuals to become citizens, reunite with their families and apply to become a DACA beneficiary."

Immigration Advocates: National Immigration Legal Services Directory

List of Pro Bono Legal Service Providers "The List contains information on non-profit organizations and attorneys who have committed to providing at least 50 hours per year of pro bono legal services before the immigration court location where they appear on the List. The List also contains information on pro bono referral services that refer individuals in immigration court proceedings to pro bono counsel."