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In the midst of the global coronavirus pandemic, our agencies are operating at reduced capacity in order to protect the health of our teams and reduce community spread. For more information on the core legal services that we continue to offer remotely, please reach out directly to our member organizations.

Updates on Immigration Courts and Agencies During COVID-19

Due to local and statewide shelter in place mandates, immigration courts and agencies have scaled back their daily operations. These changes may impact your immigration case. Review our updates below to learn more.

  • As of March 18, 2020, all ICE check-ins at 630 Sansome St. and ISAP check ins at the offices at 325 Pacific are being rescheduled. 
  • All non-detained hearings scheduled through May 1st are postponed.
  • All USCIS field offices, asylum offices, and Application Support Centers (ASCs) will not provide in-person services until at least April 7. This includes interviews, naturalization ceremonies and  biometric collection appointments.

Full updates and recommendations in English

Full updates and recommendations in Spanish

Full updates and recommendations in Cantonese

Trusted Resource Lists

Mujeres Unidas y Activas: Bay Area COVID-19 Resource Guide (Spanish)

California Immigrant Youth Justice Alliance: COVID-19 Resources for Undocumented Californians 

Immigrants Rising: Tangible Support For Immigrant Communities During COVID-19

Financial Relief for Undocumented Workers in the Bay Area

UndocuFund San Francisco

On April 1st, Young Workers United, Chinese Progressive Association, Dolores Street Community Services | La Colectiva, Mujeres Unidas y Activas, PODER and Jobs with Justice SF launched UndocuFund San Francisco — an emergency fund for undocumented people who live, work or recently lost work in San Francisco due to the COVID-19 crisis. The fund aims to address the critical gap in the social safety net that largely excludes undocumented workers in our community.

Learn more about UndocuFund SF and make a donation here.

Are you an undocumented worker who lives, works, or recently lost work in SF due to the pandemic? Apply for financial assistance here.

Oakland Undocumented Relief Fund (OUR Fund)

Centro Legal de la Raza, along with community partners, have launched a similar project to meet the needs of undocumented immigrant community in Oakland. OUR Fund provides critical support to vulnerable community members hit hardest by the crisis.

Learn more about OUR Fund and make a donation.

Are you an undocumented worker who lives or works in Oakland? Have you experienced full or partial loss of employment/income due to the pandemic? Apply for financial assistance here.