SERVICES TO BE PROVIDED
A Mission of Assisting Low-Income in Solving their Immigration Challenges
Orpe Human Rights Advocates is waiting for the recognition and accreditation of its staff members by the BIA. The organization will start providing free or nominal fees for immigration legal services as soon as its recognition and staff members accreditation approved. The initiative focuses on assisting individuals and families who are unable to afford the services of a private lawyer. This is a humanitarian project, services are expected to be provided for free or nominal fees regardless of race, religion, sex, nationality, or ethnic origin. The initiative's goal consists of assisting families and individuals in finding solutions to the immigration challenges they face. The project pretends to reserve much time for qualified detainee families and children, refugees/asylee integration, citizenship integration, asylum, and removal defense. Services will be ranging from consultations; limited to full representation. OHRA is working on deploying a platform of professional practice in the immigration setting. The goal is to facilitate the hiring the services of pro bono attorneys, and retired attorneys who are willing to assist qualified families or clients facing serious challenges in deportation or ICE detention centers.
If you have been arrested, you must bring documents to show the disposition of the case.
Bring all documents related to your case.
If you need help with an immigration legal matter, our intake sessions are the first step.
Please come to any of the following locations during weekly walk-in hours.
6701 Bay Meadows Dr.; Ste B
Glen Burnies, MD 21060
Note: Walk-in clients are seen on a first-come, first-served basis.