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Immigration Legal Services Client Resources

Click here to schedule an appointment. Haga clic aqui para programar una cita.

Screening for naturalization services: (Please fill out only if you have a green card)
English Form // Spanish Form

Screening for DACA Renewal services: Eligibility form

Click here to learn more about the Lautenberg Program

If you have an urgent need, please call (916) 707-5038.

Our Services

The Immigration Legal Services (ILS) program at World Relief Sacramento and Modesto exists to partner with local churches and the wider community to provide low-cost, high-quality legal services to immigrants throughout the Sacramento and Modesto areas. World Relief is recognized by the U.S. Department of Justice and its attorney and caseworkers can represent clients before the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service.  We can provide interpretation in Spanish, Portuguese, Pashto, Dari, Russian, and Ukrainian.  We are unable to offer services to people in immigration detention or removal/deportation court proceedings.

Our services are available by appointment only, and initial consultations are all over video using the Zoom app or by telephone. Schedule a consultation today by booking online or by calling (916) 707-5038. Fees for services vary based on service type, client income and whether a service can be provided for free under a current grant.

Other ILS Services

General Consultations

Adjustment of Status/Green Card Applications

Replacement/Renewal of Green Card

Refugee/Asylee Green Card

Petition for a Relative

Naturalization Applications

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (DACA) Renewal


Temporary Protected Status (TPS)


Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)



Foreign Document Translation

Travel Documents

Certificate of Citizenship

Petition to Remove Conditions on Two-Year Green Cards

Fiance(e) Petition

DACA-Related Advance Parole

Ukrainian Re-Parole



Services we do not offer:
Removal/deportation defense

DACA Event (1 of 25)

Volunteer with ILS

Volunteers are needed to help our immigration caseworkers serve the area immigrant community. If you are a lawyer, paralegal, law student, undergraduate student, or would like to serve as an interpreter/translator, learn more about how you can help World Relief offer low-cost, high-quality legal services and community education by visiting our volunteer opportunities page.

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