The Community Immigration Law Center, Inc. (CILC) seeks to assist low-income immigrants with their immigration related issues by providing information, support, and referrals to immigration attorneys or accredited representatives.

Community volunteers conduct the walk-in legal clinic. The volunteers include law students who conduct an initial intake interview and either an attorney or an accredited representative who then conducts a confidential interview to discuss immigration issues.

Walk-in clinics are held on the 2nd and 4th Friday of the month from 1:30 p.m. until 5:00 pm at Christ Presbyterian Church, 944 East Gorham Street in Madison, Wisconsin. In November and December, the clinics are only on the 2nd Friday of the month due to the holidays.

BRING with you:

• Copies of all documents relating to your immigration case

• Copies of all documents relating to any criminal cases you have had

• Any other documents relating to your case that you think might be important or about which you have questions

LANGUAGE Please call 608-257-4353 if you need an interpreter. Leave a message with your name, date you will attend, and language requested. We cannot guarantee we will find an interpreter, but the further in advance we are notified, the better chances we have to do so.

CHILD CARE Childcare is not provided. Please do not bring children to the meeting unless absolutely necessary.

Download the CILC brochure here:
CILC Brochure (English Version)
CILCbrochure-ESPAÑOL