UPDATE FROM USP ATTORNEY, PRERNA LAL:

New clients are required to use the appointment widget below to schedule an appointment to speak to an attorney. Unless otherwise noted, most appointments occur on Tuesdays at 116 or 129 Cesar Chavez Student Center with the attorney or the immigration program coordinator. Appointments may sometimes take place at the East Bay Community Law Center at 2921 Adeline Street, Berkeley or over the phone. Many questions and concerns can be answered by reading our FAQ. If this is truly an emergent situation requiring immediate assistance (a court hearing, a government-issued deportation deadline or a criminal matter), please contact the immigration program coordinator, So Young Kang, directly at skang@ebclc.org and leave a message.

The USP attorney, in collaboration with the East Bay Community Law Center, provides comprehensive legal support and representation for undocumented Berkeley students and family members of Berkeley students.

These services are free.

For Spring and Summer 2017, our legal support staff include the following people:

  • USP Attorney: Prerna Lal
  • USP Immigration Program Coordinator: So Young Kang
  • USP Legal Assistant: Adriana Ramos

Our legal support staff is multi-lingual in Spanish, Korean, Hindi, Urdu, French and Portuguese. We also provide free interpretation and translation services for languages that we do not speak.

For Spring 2017, first-time appointments take place on Tuesdays at Room 116 or 129, Cesar Chavez Student Center, unless otherwise noted by the staff. Occasionally, staff will call you to EBCLC at 2921 Adeline Street, Berkeley, CA 94703 for an appointment. All consultations with the attorney, program coordinator, and legal assistant are strictly confidential and privileged information. Students should bring any pertinent immigration paperwork to the appointment with them so that we can best serve them.

Who is eligible for services?

  • Current UC Berkeley undocumented undergraduate and graduate students
  • Current UC Berkeley undergraduate and graduate students with undocumented parents, spouses or children
  • Current UC Berkeley students with legal status (i.e. international students or lawful permanent residents) who are at risk of falling out of legal status, or need a change in status or adjustment in status
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Our schedule for March 2017

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