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Justice For Our Neighbors Houston / East Texas (JFON Houston-ETX) is part of a network of more than 15 locally funded and managed sites that operate approximately 40 church-based immigration legal clinics serving more than 3,000 low-income clients a year.

JFON sites take on a wide range of immigration cases, including asylum cases for those seeking protection from persecution or even death, survivors of human trafficking who  apply for protection, detention cases, and many more.  The Justice For Our Neighbors network also leads immigrant communities to better understand their rights and equip faith communities to respond quickly to emerging threats, such as workplace raids or emerging ministry opportunities created by changes in immigration policy or practice.


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Areas of Specialization:


Family Reunification

We assist U.S. citizens and Lawful Permanent Residents file petitions for certain family members to be granted residency in the United States.

Work Authorization

We handle many different types of employment-based immigration cases, including, but not limited to Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), religious workers and employment authorization documents.  Our staff will review your situation and provide you with your options under U.S. immigration law.  We will educate you on the process and represent you until your application is approved or denied. 

Escaping Violence

Immigrants who have been victims of domestic violence, human trafficking and political persecution may be eligible to live and work legally in the United States and eventually become Lawful Permanent Residents. After a consultation we will provide counsel on visa options and provide legal representation during the application process.

Advice & Counsel

Everyone’s immigration case is different and presents different options and challenges.  We will listen to you, ask questions and provide a legal option about your options for legalization.

Citizenship & Naturalization

There are different paths that will lead you to being eligible for U.S. citizenship and naturalization.  Our legal team will discuss the options available to you – whether it is a child acquiring citizenship through a U.S. citizen parent or an adult applying for naturalization.

Deportation Defense Program

Deportation Defense Houston (DDH) is a project of the Houston Immigration Legal Services Collaborative.  This project provides free legal representation to low-income immigrants how are currently detained in one of four Houston immigration detention facilities.   The program is a collaboration between JFON Houston, BakerRipley, South Texas College of Law and the YMCA International.  If you have a loved one in a Houston immigration detention facility, give us a call to see if we can help.