Professional Immigration Services
for South Florida's Refugee
and Immigrant Commuity

We have served thousands and thousands of clients
helping them with a variety of immigration issues

For I was a stranger and
you welcomed me ... (Matthew 25:35)

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Catholic Legal Services provides assistance to foreign nationals otherwise unable to afford legal representation and access to the court system irrespective of race, religion, sexual orientation or political affiliation. Everyday Catholic Legal Services fights for immigrant rights in the courtroom and in the community. Help us continue our advocacy for immigrant’s rights by donating on November 28th. Your donation can help us continue our work with asylum cases, appeals before the Board of Immigration, battered spouses and children, removal proceedings, DACA, Cuban Adjustment, TPS applications, gender-biases asylum, juvenile dependency, unaccompanied minors, refugee status, work permits and so much more! Come and celebrate diversity, stand up for justice and make a difference!.


We offer our legal services at three locations in South Florida:

28 West Flagler Street, Suite 1000
Miami, FL 33130

Tel. 305-373-1073
Fax. 305-373-1173
7855 NW 12th Street Suite 114
Miami, Florida 33126

Tel: 305-887-8333
Fax: 305-541-2724
6565 TAFT ST, 4th Floor
Hollywood, Florida 33024

Tel: 954-306-9537
Fax: 1-800-691-5203


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Catholic Legal Services, Archdiocese of Miami, Inc. (CLS) is a 501 (c)(3) organization established under the auspices of the Archdiocese of Miami.
Catholic Legal Services formerly known as Catholic Charities Legal Services was created on January 8, 1998 when the Haitian services G.W.L. Legal Project (1994)
merged with the Catholic Legal Immigration Network in Miami (1988). CLS represents low-income immigrants without reference to their race, religion, gender, ethnic
group, or other distinguishing characteristics.