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Resources for Immigrants
Resources for Immigrants
The organizations listed below serve immigrants in Tennessee. Many work with local social service providers.
Click on any organization name to go to their website.
Community Legal Center
Memphis, TN 38126
Phone: (901) 543-3395
The Community Legal Center helps low-income immigrants with cases in Immigration Court. Services cost as little as $20 and include:
- U-visas and T-visas,
- Status change, and
- Voluntary departure.
Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition (TIRRC)
446 Metroplex Dr.
Building A, Suite 224
Nashville, TN 37211
Phone: (615) 833-0384
TIRRC is an organization of Tennessee immigrants and refugees dedicated to helping them:
- Have one voice,
- Defend their rights, and
- Be seen as positive contributors to society.
Click here to see the TIRRC list of resources for immigrants.
800 18th Ave. South, Suite A
Nashville, TN 37203
Spanish Helpline: (615) 269-6900
Information and Community Resources:
(615) 320-5152 x 227
Ask for: León Berrios
Conexión Américas helps Latino families become integrated into the community. It also helps their social and economic dreams come true.
The Center for Refugees & Immigrants of Tennessee
295 Plus Park Boulevard, Suite 102
Nashville, TN 37217
Phone: (615) 366-6868
Contact Person: Karen Foley
The Center for Refugees and Immigrants of Tennessee provides community service programs for refugees and immigrants.
Catholic Charities of Tennessee, Inc.
10 S 6th St
Nashville, TN 37206-4205
Immigrant Services: (615) 760-2778
Catholic Charities can help you:
- Process paperwork (BIA certified for a fee)
- With counseling
- Get temporary protective status
- Replace or renew documents
- Get your family back together
- File for permanent residency or citizenship
- Marriage or relative petitions
- With travel documents
- VAWA (Violence Against Women Act)
- Forms and photos
Some staff are bilingual, but it is best to bring your own interpreter.
Justice For Our Neighbors (TN JFON)
2007 Acklen Ave.
Nashville, TN 37212
Phone: (615) 823-1945
TN JFON is part of the United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) national network of immigration legal clinics. TN JFON provides high-quality, free legal services for low-income immigrants. They also engage the faith community in advocacy on behalf of immigrants in our community.
TN JFON has free immigration legal services clinics on the third Saturday of each month between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. at Hillcrest United Methodist Church in Nashville. TN JFON also helps clinic clients get services and represents them in immigration court.
The Immigration Court keeps a list of organizations and lawyers who offer free legal services. Click here to see the list.
You can also search the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) for lawyers that may be able to help you. Click here to search the AILA website.