Client Services During the Pandemic
Out of concern for our staff and clients, our office is currently open to the public by appointment only. The Immigration Legal Services (ILS) department will continue to provide services remotely.
To schedule an appointment with World Relief Immigration Legal Services, please call the appropriate number below and leave a message. You will be contacted by someone on staff as soon as possible. Please note possible delays due to high demand.
If you have an open immigration case at World Relief, contact your legal representative directly with questions or concerns by email or by leaving a message on their voicemail by using the phone number provided to you when your case was opened. Due to Covid-19, ILS continues to offer services remotely by appointment only. For those with an open case in our office, your representative continues to monitor all government correspondence and progress on your case.
Green Card Renewal or Replacement
Adjustment of Status
Conditional Residency Removal
Refugee Green Cards
IMPORTANT NOTE: Use or possession of marijuana can have serious Immigration consequences.
Important DACA Updates
If it has been more than a year since my last grant of DACA expired, can I still apply for renewal?
- If you submit a DACA request more than one year since your last grant of DACA expired or after your most recent DACA grant was terminated (at any time), your request is considered an initial request, not a renewal, pursuant to preexisting USCIS policy.
- USCIS can accept initial DACA requests, but it is prohibited from approving them while this court order remains in effect.
- You will be issued a receipt notice, and your payment will be accepted. However, the request will not be further processed, in compliance with the court order.
Know Your Rights
Everyone who lives in the U.S. is given certain rights, like the rights to freedom of speech and freedom to practice your religion. These rights apply to everyone, regardless of their immigration status. These guidelines from the Immigrant Legal Rights Council provide practical steps for what to do if you or someone you know has an encounter with agents from ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement). We recommend that you print this document and keep it with you to reference if necessary.