Silicon Valley Pro Bono Immigration Network
 
 

Empowering and serving
Silicon Valley's immigrant
communities through
pro bono legal services

 
 
 
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Getting Involved is as easy as 1, 2, 3...

The Silicon Valley Pro Bono Immigration Network matches pro bono lawyers with local residents in need of immigration legal relief.

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STEP 1: REGISTER

Visit our Network Opportunities calendar to view upcoming volunteer opportunities.

Found an opportunity that fits your interest? Submit a volunteer interest form by hitting the button below!

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STEP 2: LEARN

Upon submitting an interest form, the Network Coordinator will respond with more information.

No prior relevant experience is required to engage in a pro bono opportunity with the Network. We will provide you with engaging, on-demand online video training through the Pro Bono Training Institute. 

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STEP 3: VOLUNTEER

The Network will connect you with a client for a limited scope or full scope case.

 
 
Today’s experience was very unique. I was able to connect with the client on a personal level and I was so happy I could help her. The appreciation she showed us was heartwarming. I know we touched her life and made a small help to her current hardships.
— Pro Bono Volunteer, Green Card Status Adjustment Clinic
 

 
The Clinic today was very thorough with information. What I really liked was there was an interpreter that made me comfortable with the questions and answers. The legal help today is so valuable to me and my family. A thousand times thank you and all the best to the team.
— Client Served, Green Card Status Adjustment Clinic
 
 
 

Why Silicon Valley?

The Office of Immigrant Affairs was established in August 2015 by the Mayor and City Council of San Jose to make San Jose and the greater Silicon Valley area a more inclusive place for all residents.

Since its establishment, the Office has been working with key stakeholders to develop sustainable infrastructures that create a more welcoming environment and improve the quality of life for immigrant communities, especially in relation to access to legal services and security. 

 
 
 
 
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Strengthening the impact of pro bono legal work through innovation and collaboration

 
 
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Who we are

The Silicon Valley Pro Bono Immigration Network is an innovative collaborative of legal services organizations that work together to bring free legal services to immigrant communities in Silicon Valley. 

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Who we serve

From threats against the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program to travel bans applying to even legal permanent resident green card holders, legal needs within immigrant communities have exponentially increased this past year. The Silicon Valley Pro Bono Immigration Network works to alleviate these needs. 

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Become a volunteer

Volunteer pro bono attorneys are at the crux of our work. If you are an attorney licensed to practice in California, help close the justice gap within the Silicon Valley's immigrant populations by volunteering with the Silicon Valley Pro Bono Immigration Network. 

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Join the Network

The Silicon Valley Pro Bono Immigration Network is a collaborative composed of various non-profit legal services organizations. If you are interested in joining this innovative partnership to serve Silicon Valley's immigrant communities, click the link below!

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WE NEED YOU!

Dedicated to justice

It is through partnership and collaboration that the Silicon Valley Pro Bono Immigration Network is able to serve our immigrant communities.

From licensed attorneys to language interpreters, the Network is always looking to recruit new volunteers who are are dedicated to closing the legals services "justice gap". 

Click the link below to learn more about the impact that your time and talents can have on Silicon Valley's immigrant communities!