Call Us at: 954-765-8950 | Open Monday to Friday 9am – 5pm
Call Us at: 954-765-8950 | Open Monday to Friday 9am – 5pm


Areas of Legal Service

Immigration (Inmigración)

Legal Aid Service of Broward County provides free, high-quality immigration assistance and representation to eligible immigrants residing in Broward County. We assist eligible immigrants and their families in applying for lawful immigration status, work permits, and permanent residence (green card), and in defending against deportation. We are a private, non-profit organization – not a government agency.

Our Focus

  • Children: We represent immigrant children who have been abused, abandoned, or neglected, who are living with non-parental relative or non-relative caregivers, and/or who have been designated unaccompanied minors (UAC) because they entered the United States without a parent or legal guardian

  • Crime Victims: We represent immigrant victims of domestic violence, human trafficking, and other serious crimes

  • Detainees: We represent immigrant residents of Broward County who have been detained by Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE), or are in BSO custody with an ICE detainer

  • We also litigate complex immigration cases and appeals before the immigration and federal courts. We provide referrals to Broward community organizations for counseling and other forms of support.


  • Broward County Resident and within one of the three categories listed below:
    • Children, Crime Victims, Detainees
  • For case eligibility questions call 954.951.5343
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Intake & Consultation

*Note: because of Covid-19 our offices are closed to walk-in inquiries, please complete an application for assistance

Attn: Immigration Unit
Legal Aid Service of Broward County
491 N. State Rd. 7
Plantation, FL 33317

Printable Application for legal assistance (English)
Solicitud imprimible para assistencia legal (Espanol)

  • A complete application is required prior to speaking with an immigration attorney. If you are a victim of a crime and there is a police report available, please provide it with your application.


Get Help Brochure
Immigration Brochure (English & Spanish)
Department of Justice Office on Violence Against Women

211 Help Line
Dial 211 from anywhere in Broward County

Women in Distress (emergency shelter/counseling)
24-hour hotline 954.761.1133

Kids in Distress

Hispanic Unity (immigrant support programs)

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