Our legal team is accredited by the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Legal Access Programs and has served Tulsa newcomers for over 25 years. Our staff includes a full-time immigration attorney and bilingual DOJ-accredited immigration representatives.
We specialize in naturalization and family-based immigration cases. YWCA Tulsa also works in partnership with DVIS to assist non-citizen survivors of domestic violence and sexual violence obtain lawful status. Additionally, YWCA legal team, provides assistance to individuals seeking Temporary Protected Status, renewal of green cards, and DACA.
UPDATE: We are continuing to process legal cases and accepting NEW cases. Current clients please contact your legal team member. New clients please call 918-663-0377 to schedule a consultation.
- All new individuals seeking legal representation must schedule an initial consultation with a member of our legal team. Because each case is unique, we cannot provide legal information or agree to representation before a consultation.
- Appointments are available M-Th, 8:30am-5pm and Fri, 8:30am-1pm. Call 918-663-0377 or 800-506-6211.
- Consultations determine eligibility and provide details for available immigration benefits. A consultation DOES NOT GUARANTEE REPRESENTATION by YWCA Tulsa.
- Our staff will identify important issues that may affect your applications and how to address them.
- If we open your case, we will complete your application accurately and promptly.
- Once your application has been filed, we provide updates on your case.
- If your case requires an interview, we will provide interview preparation with one of our legal representatives.
All people living in the United States, including undocumented immigrants, have certain U.S. Constitutional rights. To help navigate the current socio-political environment, American Immigration Lawyers Association has created documents specifying immigrant rights should you encounter Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
If you are undocumented and ICE agents knock on your door without a warrant, you have the right to:
- Not open the door
- Remain silent
- Speak to a lawyer
To gain a better understanding of these rights, click here. Para el español, haga clic aquí.
You also have rights should ICE come to your work place. If immigration officers come to your place of employment, they must have a valid search warrant or the consent of your employer to enter non-public areas. If you are undocumented and immigration officers come to your work place, be aware of the following:
- Do not panic and do not run away
- You have the right to remain silent
- You have the right to speak to a lawyer.
To gain better understanding of these work place-related rights, click here.
- U.S. Citizenship
- Adjustment of Status (obtaining a Legal Permanent Resident card/Green Card)
- Petitions for Alien Relatives and Refugee/Asylee Relatives – Immediate Relative or F2-B Category only
- Renewal or Replacement of legal Permanent Resident Card
- Immigrant Visas
- Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
- FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) requests
- Temporary Protected Status (TPS) Re-registration
- Passport and Immigration photos
- U. S. Passport Applications
- Removal of Conditions on Permanent Residence
- VAWA self-petitions
- U and T visas
We do not provide immigration forms for non-clients. You can download them at uscis.gov.
Call 918-663-0377 to schedule a consultation.
Need passport style photos? Come to YWCA Tulsa’s East Community Center at 8145 E 17th Street.
Two passport style photos for $10.
By appointment only:
Call 918-663-0377 or email email@example.com for more information.