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REBUILDING THE DREAM

Support equal justice for immigrant communities. Support API Legal Outreach.
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You're Invited to the Rebuilding the Dream Conversation Series

APILO presents three vital discussions examining the year’s most pressing issues facing Bay Area immigrant communities.  

Save Small Businesses and Historic Districts!

APILO and partners join forces to support our local small businesses 

API Legal Outreach Calls for Swift Action on Allegation of Mass Forced Hysterectomies Performed on Immigrant Women

For more information, view our statement.

API Legal Outreach Stands In Solidarity with Black Lives Matter

For more information, view our statement.

Asian community will be impacted by Supreme Court’s DACA decision

For more information, view press release.

We are taking every precaution to protect the health and safety of our staff and our clients.  We are open and providing information and legal services remotely (via telephone, video) by appointment only. We are not accepting walk-ins. 

For information and appointments for legal advice, please call us at (415)567-6255 or (510)251-2846. We are ready to take your calls Monday through Friday between 9am and 5pm.

We have updated our website to give our clients and community helpful information and answers to frequently asked questions.  This can be accessed by clicking the COVID-19 link above, or the buttons in red with the seven languages we offer, or here:

 

If the information you seek is not (yet) translated in a particular language, please call our office and one of our fluent staff members will assist you.  

If you have questions about your ongoing case or are seeking legal advice or representation, please call us for more information. If you are experiencing an emergency, please call 911.

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Current Issues - October 19, 2020

Volume 13: Domestic Violence Awareness Month

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Translations will be uploaded as they are available. If you do not see your language, call our office for information in your language

Former Issues

Volume 12 of our Newsletter

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Volume 11: Addendum: Eviction Moratorium Extensions

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Volume 10: Recent DACA and LGBTQ Supreme Court Decisions

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Volume 9: Domestic Violence, Youth Programs

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Volume 8: Human Trafficking, Elder Law

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Volume 7: 2020 Census, APILO’s Core and Special Projects

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APILO’s Statement on George Floyd

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Volume 6: Modified Shelter-in-Place Orders, Indigenous Peoples’ Rights, Elder Law & Mediation

English | Chinese | Japanese | Korean | Spanish | Tagalog | Vietnamese

 

Volume 5: Resources for Immigrants

English | Chinese | Japanese | Korean | Spanish | Tagalog | Vietnamese

 

Volume 4: Housing

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Volume 3: Elder Abuse, Domestic Violence, & Youth Programs

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Volume 2: Immigration

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Volume 1: Economic Relief & Hate Crimes

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Federal court blocks new USCIS fee rule. Increased filing fees and the elimination of fee waivers for certain applications will NOT take effect on 10/2/2020

Second phase of Paycheck Protection Program launches

For more information, call our office.

Experts say Domestic Violence is on the rise.

For more information, call our office.

Fraud concerns grow as people receive government checks.

For more information, call our office.

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Founded in 1975, the mission of API Legal Outreach is to provide culturally competent and linguistically appropriate legal representation, social services, and advocacy for the most marginalized segments of the community including low-income women, seniors, recent immigrants, and youth.

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1121 Missio​n St.
​San Francisco, CA 94103

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(T) 415.567.6255
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Oakland Office

310 8th St., Suite 308
​Oakland, CA 94607

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