SALA is committed to protecting the rights of immigrants and their children, with special emphasis on
protecting the rights of immigrants who have been victims of violence and crime, and immigrants with
SALA provides immigration assistance to lawful permanent residents, conditional residents, asylees, refugees, certain family members of U.S. citizens, undocumented persons who are victims of domestic violence, sexual assault or other crimes, and others. SALA assists immigrants in filing VAWA, U visa, and T visa petitions, applications for adjustment of status, and other immigration applications, and represents certain clients in removal proceedings. SALA provides assistance to immigrants under the Violence Against Women’s Act.
SALA’s ability to provide legal assistance in the areas listed above is subject to change based on the availability of staff and volunteers. While an applicant may be financially eligible for SALA’s services, SALA reserves the right to deny or limit services based on program resources and program priorities.
SALA assists people with civil legal problems only, and does not provide assistance with criminal matters in Arizona’s state court. For assistance with a criminal matter in state court, please contact the Pima County Public Defender’s office, the Pima County Bar Association or the public defender or bar association near you. If you or the legal problem is outside of SALA’s nine county service area, visit www.azlawhelp.org to find the local Arizona legal aid provider.