University of Arizona Law Immigration Law Clinic

Class of 2012 students Rachel Corrigan (far left) and Lauren Pylipow (far right) successfully represented a mother and her two sons who needed special waivers to keep their green cards and stay in this country legally. The family had been victims of domestic violence and harassment by a U.S. citizen for years. 

Immigration Law Clinic

At University of Arizona Law's Immigration Law Clinic, law students provide legal assistance to immigrants under the supervision of clinical faculty.

The clinic provides two types of services to the immigrant community in Southern Arizona:

Deportation Defense

Our clinic represents immigrants detained in Eloy, Arizona, and non-detained immigrants in Tucson, Arizona, in their deportation cases. Our clients have included asylum seekers, victims of domestic violence, and long-time permanent residents seeking humanitarian waivers of removal. We have represented immigrants from all over the world.

Immigration Consultations

This on-site advice clinic is open February through April and September through November by appointment only. We provide information, advice, and brief services to low-income immigrants without legal representation in immigration matters in Southern Arizona. Immigrants can call 520-626-5232 to set up an appointment.

We also provide legal services to immigrant workers through the Workers' Rights Clinic.

Click to watch The Immigration Law Clinic Experience video:

Immigration Law Clinic video