Alaska Immigration Justice Project  

This is a program by The Alaska Institute for Justice. They are a non-profit. They work to protect the rights of all immigrants in Alaska. They have information, legal help, and legal representation. They work on cases of asylum, deportation, permanent residence, and citizenship. They also work with immigrant survivors of domestic violence, human trafficking, and more. They have services in Spanish.

Toll Free: 1-877-273-2457         E-mail:

Alaska Institute of Justice

Anchorage Office:

? Address: 431 West 7th Ave. Suite 208 Anchorage, AK 99501    
? Phone: (907) 279-2457

Juneau Office:

? Address: 9085 Glacier Highway, Suite 204 Juneau, AK 99801   
? Phone: (907) 789-1326

 ACLU American Civil Liberties Union Alaska  

This is a non-profit. They work to protect peoples’ rights. They focus on minorities and groups that are disadvantaged. ACLU helps immigrants with information and advocacy. For example, they can help in cases about freedom of speech, discrimination, anti-migrant laws, etc. They defend cases that can benefit as many people as possible.

? Address: 1057 W. Fireweed Lane, Suite 207, Anchorage, AK 99503
? Phone: (907) 258-0044
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Know your rights – Immigrant’s Rights:


RAIS Refugee Assistance & Immigration Services  

? Address: 3710 E. 20th Avenue Anchorage, AK 99508
? Phone: (907) 222-7300 / (907)-222-7341
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Alaska Literacy Program

They have English and citizenship classes. There is a small cost that is lower for low-income families.

? Address: 1345 Rudakof Circle Suite 104, Anchorage AK 99508
? Phone: (907) 337-1981
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The Learning Connection TLC (A program by SERRC – Alaska’s Educational Resource Center)

Free English and citizenship classes in Juneau.

? Address: 210 Ferry Way, Juneau, AK 99801
? Phone: (907) 586-5718
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USCIS – U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

This is the website of the USCIS. It has information on immigration in Spanish. It has information about applying for residency or citizenship. You can download the forms you would need and check the status of your case. There are also many other services.

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Get ready for your citizenship test here.

Alaska State Library – Immigration & Citizenship Resources

Here you can find information on immigration issues. There are also links to places that have services for immigrants.
? Phone: (907) 465.4837
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Bridge Builders of Anchorage

This place celebrates the different cultures in Anchorage. They have many programs, events and information. They work to have a city where people of different cultures get along.
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ILRC Immigrant Legal Resource Center

Here you can find information about your rights. For example, you could show these cards to immigration agents if they came to your home. They are also in Spanish. There is also a handbook Living in the United States: A Guide for Immigrant Youth
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United We Dream

This the largest immigrant youth group in the country. They fight for fair and good treatment of all immigrants, like the undocumented. They have information about immigration policy. They also have question-and-answer sessions in Spanish.

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This program has free help to make applying for citizenship safer and easier.
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Step Forward 

This program helps immigrant women. They have information about immigrant rights. They also have information about applying for permanent residence or citizenship.

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They help immigrants understand their legal options. They have an information center where you can take a confidential test to see what your options are.

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American Immigration Council 

They have information about changes in the law and how immigration is good for our country.

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CLINIC – The Catholic Legal Immigration Network 

They have information about immigration issues.

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