Under the U.S. Constitution, you have rights and protections regardless of your immigration status. It is important to know those rights in order to defend yourself in case of injustice. We have this flyer in different languages below: Spanish Vietnamese Khmer
Do you know your constitutional rights? Regardless of your immigration status, you are protected under the U.S. Constitutions. In case you are stopped by the local police or even I.C.E, you can present them a “red card” to defend yourself. Please visit the Immigrant Legal Resource Center (ILRC) at www.ilrc.org/red-cards to know more about red […]
ALA’s Executive Director, Richard Konda, was on the “SPEAK UP!” panel with Karen Korematsu of the Fred T. Korematsu Institute, Zahra Billoo of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, Teresa Castellanos, Board vice-president San Jose Unified School District, and Susan Hayase, San Jose Nikkei Resisters. As active members of the San Jose community, this panel discussed what […]
Volunteers are important to the success of the Asian Law Alliance. Currently, ALA is in need of Vietnamese-speaking volunteers to assist with general intake, clinic, translation, and interpretation. To apply, please email a completed application and your resume to ALAVolunteerCoord@asianlawalliance.org.
Volunteers are important to the success of the Asian Law Alliance. Currently, ALA is in need of Spanish-speaking volunteers to assist with general intake, clinic, translation, and interpretation. To apply, please email a completed application and your resume to ALAVolunteerCoord@asianlawalliance.org.
Thanks to everyone for your support of the Asian Law Alliance at our 42nd Anniversary Donate Today 42nd Anniversary Sponsors include: Gold Sponsors Aka Chan Cooley Fenwick & West Hopkins & Carley IBEW Local 332 Morrison & Foerster Foundation Perkins Coie TiVo TM Financial Forensics Weil, Gotshal & Manges White & Case Silver Sponsors Alston & Bird […]
Photo: VietUnity South Bay Last Tuesday, Dec. 4 at 6:30am, Asian Law Alliance staff came to support Duc Nguyen along with VietUnity South Bay, People Acting in Commmunity Together (PACT) and the Santa Clara County Rapid Response Network. USCIS (United States Citizenship and Immigration Services) notified Duc of an impromptu interview on this day; these […]
Members of the immigrant community who have previous orders of deportation are urged to be vigilant and seek legal assistance when reporting for their check-in with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). In recent months, ICE has been more aggressive in enforcing previous orders of removal and deporting these immigrants back to their countries. Two of […]