List of lawyers, some dealing with pro bono (free) cases
Legal Aid Directories
National directories with free or low cost legal services
Online and Worldwide
Legal Information Network for Ukraine
Legal information for Internally Displaced Persons seeking to enter the United States as a result of the war in Ukraine.
English / Ukrainian / Russian / Polish
Ukrainian Legal Aid
Legal aid for refugees. You can fill out a short form on the site, you will be contacted later.
English / Russian
Helps by publishing information in the Telegram channel below. Individual consultations are not free.
Англійська / Російська
Lawyers For Good Government
Free help from attorneys with TPS applications. To get help, fill out the form: https://www.lawyersforgoodgovernment.org/tps-for-ukraine-screening-form-english
English, Russian, Ukrainian
Local: Mexico City
Observatorio de Migración por el conflicto en Ucrania
A team consisting of an immigration attorney and volunteers in Mexico City and Cancun helping Ukrainians traveling to the U.S. border: detention at the border, lost luggage, missed flights, place to stay overnight,etc. The team has an immigration attorney and volunteers
English / Russian / Spanish
Tel/What'sApp: (+52) 55 4528 0708
International Rescue Committee
The consultation fee is $30, but may be free for low-income clients.
English, but can find translators
+1 (916) 482-0120
Catholic Charities Diocese of San Diego
A team of immigration lawyers who help with humanitarian parole, asylum, unaccompanied minors (detained and non-detained) and violence. They also have case managers who can help with the preparation of applications for work permits, SSN, social benefits. They work for free or for a nominal fee. They operate in San Diego and Imperial counties, but there are other offices throughout California that you can find out about.
Jewish Family and Children’s Services (JFCS)
JFCS’ Legal Services assists with immigrant visa petitions, expedite requests, and humanitarian parole applications for those with family members overseas. Our trained staff can also assess the available immigration options for those Ukrainians who are already in the U.S., including TPS, extension/adjustment of status, or asylum. For more information, complete our Legal Consultation Request Form