AMERICAN RED CROSS - ST. LOUIS CHAPTER
10195 Corporate Square Dr. 63132
International Services provides tracing and messaging for immigrants separated by war or armed conflict.
BILINGUAL INTERNATIONAL ASSISTANCE SERVICES
1329 MacKlind Ave,. Suite 200 63110
Provides mental health and social services to the elderly and disabled foreign born. Includes counseling, case management, translation/interpretation services, and referrals. Serves as Affordable Care Act ACA Navigator.
CG IMMIGRATION LAW, LLC
2316 Cherokee Street 63118
Variety of services from green cards, work permits, family visas, DACA, business visas to traffic tickets, warrants, divorce and more. Free consultation.
CASA de SALUD
3200 Chouteau Ave. 63103
Comprehensive medical services and referral services, primarily for adults, including preventive and immunizations.
CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF CENTRAL AND NORTHERN MISSOURI
REFUGEE & IMMIGRATION SERVICES
1130 E. Elm St, P.O. Box 2183, Jefferson City, MO 65102
Areas of legal assistance:Adjustment of Status, Consular Processing, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), Employment authorization, Family-based petitions, Habeas Corpus, Naturalization/Citizenship
Types of legal assistance:Help completing forms, Filings with USCIS
CATHOLIC LEGAL ASSISTANCE MINISTRY (CLAM)
100 N. Tucker Blvd., Suite 726 63101
314-977-3993 (No Walk-Ins. Call first.)
CLAM handles many cases involving paternity, orders of protection, guardianship, and abuse. CLAM also offers services for immigrant populations who face challenges in filing governmental documents.
CATHOLIC LEGAL IMMIGRATION NETWORK
Immigration attorneys who specialize in advocacy and worker immigration law.
CENTER FOR SURVIVORS OF TORTURE & WAR TRAUMA has joined BILINGUAL INTERNATIONAL ASSISTANCE SERVICES
In 2016, Bilingual International welcomed two long-time partner agencies: the Center for Survivors of Torture and War Trauma and the Places for People Faith Team. These recent additions have enhanced the agency’s service portfolio – especially to refugees and survivors of state-sanctioned torture. Primarily mental health services. Call PLACES FOR PEOPLE to begin the Intake process: 314-535-5600
ENGLISH TO SPEAKERS OF OTHER LANGUAGES (ESOL)
1530 S. Grand Blvd. 63104
Bi-lingual Program-St. Louis Public Schools. The ESOL/Bilingual/Migrant program provides services to English language learners (ELLs) and their families. Many locations and school sites.
HISPANIC CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
3611 South Grand Blvd., Suite 105 63118
Promotes and supports Hispanic small businesses through programs, services, and legislative advocacy. Offering restaurant training.
IMMIGRANT AND REFUGEE WOMEN'S PROGRAM
3672B Arsenal St. 63116
Teaches women basic English and practical living skills in their own homes.
3401 Arsenal St. 63118 (New Address)
This organization offers many services for new arrivals to the St. Louis area.Services include English classes for adults, job search, employment training, career advancement program and assistance with licensing, refugee resettlement, immigration application preparation, mental health services, elderly services, counseling, services to victims of domestic violence or human trafficking, translation services, assistance with starting a business, and more.
INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
3401 Arsenal St. 63118
This subsidiary of the International Institute helps immigrant and refugee entrepreneurs who want to start or expand small local businesses, but lack access to mainstream capital. IICDC provides business loans ranging from $500 to $35,000. IICDC also provides technical assistance includes help in writing business & marketing plans, obtaining business licenses, addressing credit issues and linking to volunteer professionals. Its goal is to help entrepreneurs become bankable.
ILSI has closed. www.ilsilegal.org/
LANGUAGE ACCESS METRO PROJECT (LAMP)
8050 Watson Rd., Suite 340 63119
www.lampinterpreters.org 314-842-0062 866-948-7133
Translation services. Specialists in medical interpreting.
LATINOS EN AXION STL
2929 S. Jefferson Ave
St. Louis, MO 63118
Organizes campaigns to win rights for Latino families. A grassroots organization created by and for Latino Immigrants and their families. . Leadership development, language skills, informational. in collaboration with the Mexican Consulate in Kansas City, offers Spanish-speaking adults from anySpanish-speaking country to read, write, and speak in their native tongue, and to complete their first and secondary education.
LEGAL SERVICES OF EASTERN MISSOURI - IMMIGRANT LAW PROJECT
4232 Forest Park Ave. 63108
www.lsem.org 314-534-4200 Toll Free: 800-444-0514
Provides representation for visa petitions, adjustment to permanent residence, and various other immigrant related legal matters.
MIGRANT and IMMIGRANT COMMUNITY ACTION PROJECT (M.I.C.A. PROJECT)
1600 South Kingshighway Blvd. Suite 2N 63110
www.mica-project.org 314-995-6995 Toll Free: 855-995-6995
Adjustment of Status, Asylum applications, Consular Processing, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), Employment authorization, Family-based petitions, NACARA, Naturalization/Citizenship, Removal hearings, Special Immigrant Juvenile Status, T visas, Temporary Protected Status (TPS), U visas, Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) petitions. Types of legal assistance:Help completing forms, Filings with USCIS, Representation at Asylum Interviews (Credible Fear Interviews, Reasonable Fear Interviews), Representation before the Immigration Court, Representation before the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) Provides sliding scale fees for individual legal services for removal defense, family-based immigration, asylum, adjustment of status and more.
Now conducting Know Your Rights Presentations and Power of Attorney Workshops
Check their website for more information and dates:
MISSOURI IMMIGRANT AND REFUGEE ADVOCATES (MIRA)
2725 Clifton Ave. 63139
A coalition of more than 30 community, labor, faith, business and direct service organizations that recognizes the intrinsic value of all people and advocates for the basic rights of all immigrants and refugees.
7733 Forsyth Blvd. Suite 2200
Clayton, MO 63105 314-398-1391
Works with immigrant entrepreneurs, international students, employers, welcoming community members/schools/companies and helps immigrant professionals in their career networking. Refer to many organizations who do direct immigrant services.
NEW AMERICAN ALLIANCE
3401 Arsenal St. 63118
The New American Alliance connects foreign-born individuals to services in the St. Louis area, including education, healthcare, financial assistance, and ethnic community organizations.
Monday through Friday 8am-5pm at the International Institute of St. Louis
NAHED CHAPMAN NEW AMERICAN ACADEMY(NCNAA)
1530 S. Grand Blvd. 63104
www.slps.org/NCNAA 314-776-1066 or 314-776-3285
Formerly International Welcome School
Provides students with accelerated English training, an introduction to the US culture and school system, and more through the St. Louis Public Schools.
5035 Gravois Ave. 63116
English classes, clothing, furniture, social events and more for primarily refugee families.
Monday-Thursday 9:00 am-4:00 pm.
800-552-8522 En Español: 888-460-0008
Answers and options regarding parenting concerns. Support for incarcerated parents. The website has many resources.
REFUGEE CENTER ONLINE (RCO)
Education and resources for refugees and immigrants. Offers online language and GED courses, resume and employment information, legal, health care, rights and laws, college preparation, financial aid, and more.The Refugee Center Online is a free website with many resources and local listings.
ST. FRANCIS COMMUNITY SERVICES SOUTHSIDE CENTER
4222 Delor St. 63116
(Formerly Catholic Charities Community Services Southside Center). Focuses on immigrant communities, offering case management, mental health counseling, and youth programming, immigration and family law.
ST. LOUIS CENTER FOR FAMILY DEVELOPMENT
4236 Lindell Blvd., Suite 200 63108
Community-Based Crisis Stabilization Services. Intensive, in-home crisis stabilization program to teach individuals and families the skills to prevent out-of-home placement and to stabilize families in order to prepare them for additional, longer-term treatment options. Multiple modes of treatment.
Citizenship Navigator project
The Citizenship Navigator project is funded by the Office of Refugee Resettlement.
Follow the instructions below to subscribe in the language of your choice:
Text 1 to 1-352-New2USA (639-2872) to receive messages in English.
Text 2 to 1-352-New2USA (639-2872) to receive messages in Arabic.
Text 3 to 1-352-New2USA (639-2872) to receive messages in Nepali.
Text 4 to 1-352-New2USA (639-2872) to receive messages in Somali.
Text 5 to 1-352-New2USA (639-2872) to receive messages in Spanish.
Text 6 to 1-352-New2USA (639-2872) to receive messages in French.
(USCIS) US Citizenship and Immigration Service
Click here for USCIS Service and Office Locator to check status, change of address, and much more.
VITENDO 4 AFRICA (V4A)
7220 N. Lindbergh BLVD, Suite 270
Hazelwood, MO 63042
Programs to welcome, connect and empower healthier immigrant individuals and families through supports and services, and by coordinating resources. New health and home ownership programs.
YMCA LITERACY COUNCIL OF GREATER ST. LOUIS
2635 Gravois Ave. 63118
Provides free one-on-one tutoring to adults who need help with English language skills.