Who We Are
African Services Committee is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the health and self-sufficiency of the African and Caribbean immigrant communities. We provide health, housing, legal, educational, and social services to thousands of newcomers each year in New York City with a focus on health promotion and disease prevention, care and support.
Areas of immigration legal service: U Visas, Citizenship, SIJS, Consular Processing, Deportation/removal defense, TPS, Family petitions, FOIAs, Waivers, DACA, VAWA, asylum, and medical deferred action Limitations on services: We provide free limited immigration services to individuals living with HIV/AIDS, to the African Diaspora through our Black Immigrant Engagement Initiative, and to certain low-income New Yorkers. In addition, we provide free immigration services to eligible lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) immigrants in asylum cases and removal proceedings. We also provide a broad range of immigration and naturalization services through our low-fee immigration clinic called the Immigrant Community Law Center. Fees: No, if eligible for free services as described above. Yes, if receiving services through our Immigrant Community Law Center.
How to Get Help
At this time we are offering remote services. Contact us by phone at (929) 269-6494 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last Reviewed: December 6, 2017