Provided by Community Navigators* and the Latino Support Network Resource Guide

Catholic Multicultural Center - 608-441-0114
Immigration legal services by appointment and on a sliding-scale fee basis. Eligibility based on household income.

Centro de Derechos del - 608-255-0376
This service is part of the Interfaith Coalition for Worker Justice of South Central Wisconsin and provides advocacy for worker civil rights.

Centro Hispano - 608-255-3018
Centro Hispano works to improve the quality of life for Latinos and others living in Dane County by empowering youth, strengthening families, and engaging the community. Primary goal is to see Latino youth prepared to succeed in life by finishing high school, being prepared for post-secondary education and engaging positively in their communities. Immigration services include free consultation with an immigration attorney on the first and third Friday of each month. Information and assistance for DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) applicants.

Community Immigration Law Center - (CILC) 608-257-4845
Walk-in Legal Clinic providing brief, confidential consultations on immigration issues on the second and fourth Friday of each month from 2:00 to 5:00pm.

DREAMERS of UW-Madison
The purpose of this organization is to advocate for undocumented/DACAmented students pursuing higher education. DREAMERS aims to educate students, faculty, staff and communities regarding the struggles and the needs of these students; provide mentoring services; facilitate resources (including educational workshops and presentations), and serve as a support group to undocumented/DACAmented students in high school, undergraduate or graduate school. DREAMERS organizes fundraisers to provide undocumented/DACAmented students with scholarships to fund their educational endeavours. DREAMERS advocates and takes action to ensure that students have equal access to higher education and become the leaders of tomorrow.

Immigrant Justice Clinic - 608-890-3753
Under the supervision of Law School faculty, law students provide direct legal representation to low-income immigrants in removal proceedings, provide assessments of immigration consequences to non-citizens facing criminal charges, and assist immigrants in need of post-conviction relief while being trained in cutting-edge aspects of immigration law.

Jewish Social Services - 608-278-1808
Preparation of family visa petitions, adjustments of status, consular visa processing, representation of abused immigrant women or victims of crimes, and naturalization services, plus additional services.

Key Resource Guide for The Latino Community
a resource guide in English for Latino families developed by the Madison Latino Support Network (LaSup). The guide includes a “Know Your Rights” card, important phrases for interacting with immigration enforcement, and guidance on how to create an emergency plan in the case of deportation.

Latino Education Council
The Latino Education Council is a non-profit organization that partners with local communities and school districts to build a more equitable and inclusive public education system. It provides advocacy for academic success and other issues affecting students and families as well as individual student consultations to discuss pathways to education.

Legal Action of Wisconsin 608-256-3304
Legal Action of Wisconsin provides free, personalized legal services to low-income people in the following areas: benefits and health, family law, housing law, licenses, criminal records, employment, senior law, migrant farmworkers and Social Security.

Madison Path to Citizenship 608-263-6735
Assistance in navigating the naturalization process through information sessions and citizenship workshops that provide attorney assistance in preparing to file required paperwork.

Multicultural Student Center
The primary mission of the Multicultural Student Center is to collaboratively strengthen and sustain an inclusive campus where all students, particularly students of color and other historically underserved students can realize an authentic Wisconsin Experience.

Neighborhood Law Clinic 608-265-2441
The Neighborhood Law Clinic (NLC) provides a broad range of legal services including rental housing, employment, and public benefits law. Law students staff the community-based office at the UW South Madison Partnership space in the Villager Mall on Madison's South Side.

RISE Law Center 608-256-1015
Adjustment of status, asylum applications, DACA, employment authorization, family-based petitions, naturalization, citizenship, removal hearings etc.

Unión de Trabajadores Inmigrantes - 608-345-9544
This labor and community organization was created by and for workers to defend and foster the working and living conditions of working families in Dane County, Wisconsin, the US and internationally, advocating for equal rights for all workers of any race, national origin, immigration status, sexual orientation or any other class difference.

Voces de la Frontera - 414-643-1620
Voces de la Frontera is Wisconsin’s largest Latino and low-wage worker membership organization and a leading immigrant rights advocacy organization in the state. Groups operate in Milwaukee, Racine and Madison.

Wisconsin American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)
The ACLU is the country’s largest public interest law organization, working daily in courts, legislatures and communities to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties that the Constitution and laws of the United States guarantee everyone in this country, including immigrants.


* Community Navigators (National Partnership for New Americans / NPNA)
Volunteer activists trained to provide immigration support for their communities.

Educators for Fair Consideration (E4FC)
California-based collaborative non-profit that empowers undocumented young people to achieve educational and career goals. Provides updated information on national policies and resources.


The Madison Metropolitan School District does not approve, support, supervise or endorse these resources.