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SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA

Mental Health Services 

Victims of Crime Program

Casa Cornial Law Center

2760 5TH AVE

Suite 200

SAN DIEGO, CA 92103

 

Phone: (619) 231-7788

Website: www.casacornelia.org

Email: services@casacornelia.org

 

Intake Hours of Operation  

9:00 am-5:00 pm, Monday-Friday

 

Intake Notes

Application for Services must be submitted before intake. The Application document is available by walking-in during business hours. You can request that an Application for Services be mailed to you by U.S. Postal Service, via e-mail or fax. Intakes are arranged once an Application for Services is processed. It takes up to 10 days for an application to be processed and up to 3 weeks before services may be offered. Applications for Services must be accompanied by COPIES of all documents issued by immigration authorities or immigration court if any. To download the application go to http://nebula.wsimg.com/e79c4b090f6b6fa8d78bf15667197bf1?AccessKeyId=AC8950C98B3F9D0B13D0&disposition=0&alloworigin=1

 

 

Description

Provides free legal services to undocumented victims of crime in the United States who qualify for humanitarian visas in the United States. Responds to the urgent needs of undocumented victims of violent crimes by providing free legal representation to assist them with their visa petitions, empowering them to leave abusive relationships, achieve economic independence, regain their self-esteem and begin a new life for themselves and their children.

 

Eligibility

Victim of serious crimes, including domestic violence, felonious assault, rape, sexual assault (among others) in the United States and who have been/are willing to assist in the reporting, investigating or prosecution of the crime. Victims of domestic violence who are parents, spouses or children of a United States citizen perpetrator or spouses or children of lawful permanent resident perpetrator. Those that are eligible must meet one of the following criteria: Undocumented victim of domestic violence, undocumented victim of a serious crime, undocumented victim of Human Trafficking (Labor/Sex, undocumented individuals who have been forced to work or provide services but did not receive the payment or treatment at the job they had agreed to, or if they were not paid the minimum wage required in California

 

Area Served

San Diego County, Imperial County

Legal Services

Victims of Crime Program

Casa Cornial Law Center

2760 5TH AVE

Suite 200

SAN DIEGO, CA 92103

 

Phone: (619) 231-7788

Website: www.casacornelia.org

Email: services@casacornelia.org

 

Intake Hours of Operation  

9:00 am-5:00 pm, Monday-Friday

 

Intake Notes

Application for Services must be submitted before intake. The Application document is available by walking-in during business hours. You can request that an Application for Services be mailed to you by U.S. Postal Service, via e-mail or fax. Intakes are arranged once an Application for Services is processed. It takes up to 10 days for an application to be processed and up to 3 weeks before services may be offered. Applications for Services must be accompanied by COPIES of all documents issued by immigration authorities or immigration court if any. To download the application go to :http://nebula.wsimg.com/e79c4b090f6b6fa8d78bf15667197bf1?AccessKeyId=AC8950C98B3F9D0B13D0&disposition=0&alloworigin=1

 

 

Description

Provides free legal services to undocumented victims of crime in the United States who qualify for humanitarian visas in the United States. Responds to the urgent needs of undocumented victims of violent crimes by providing free legal representation to assist them with their visa petitions, empowering them to leave abusive relationships, achieve economic independence, regain their self-esteem and begin a new life for themselves and their children.

 

Eligibility

Victim of serious crimes, including domestic violence, felonious assault, rape, sexual assault (among others) in the United States and who have been/are willing to assist in the reporting, investigating or prosecution of the crime. Victims of domestic violence who are parents, spouses or children of a United States citizen perpetrator or spouses or children of lawful permanent resident perpetrator. Those that are eligible must meet one of the following criteria: Undocumented victim of domestic violence, undocumented victim of a serious crime, undocumented victim of Human Trafficking (Labor/Sex, undocumented individuals who have been forced to work or provide services but did not receive the payment or treatment at the job they had agreed to, or if they were not paid the minimum wage required in California

 

Area Served

San Diego County, Imperial County

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