431 West 7th Ave.
Anchorage, AK 99501
Immigration Legal Assistance
AIJP provides the following services:
- Asylum: The Pro Bono Asylum Project, a component of the Alaska Immigration Justice Project, connects those fleeing persecution or torture with pro bono attorneys.
- Services For Unaccompanied Abused and Neglected Children
- Protection for Immigrant Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault/Human Trafficking Crime Victims:
- Immigrant domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking crime victims are entitled to unique immigration protections. If are a victim of one of these crimes, you will not be deported if you contact a local domestic violence shelter or seek medical assistance. You have the right to be safe and free from violence. For more information about the immigration options available to you, please call: 907-279-2457.
- To receive information about the domestic violence and sexual assault resources in Alaska, click here.
- Family-Based Petitions:
- If you are a United States citizen, you are entitled to file the following immigration applications on behalf of your family members:
- Parents if you are over the age of 21
- If you are a lawful permanent resident, you are entitled to file the following immigration applications on behalf of your family members:
- Children under the age of 21
- Unmarried children over the age of 21
- For more information regarding Family-Based Petitions, please contact AIJP.
- Employment Visas
- Deportation/Removal Defense
We also support immigrants and refugees through the following services:
If you want an individual consultation with AIJP, please call: 907-279-2457.
- Advocacy and Education: AIJP provides critical immigration-related advice and information to immigrants, refugees, other community members, and a large network of service providers and attorneys.
- Impact Litigation: AIJP represents immigrants in federal court to affect immigration laws and to ensure fair and just treatment on a national and state level.