Justice for All Immigrants began in 2014 as Houston/East Texas Justice for our Neighbors. In June 2021, we changed our name to Justice for All Immigrants to better represent the work we do in Houston, San Antonio, and Corpus Christi, Texas. We remain part of the national Immigration Law & Justice Network with roots in the United Methodist Church.
We believe in reuniting families and safeguarding the rights of those seeking protection from persecution and violence. Our team of experienced attorneys and legal assistants work tirelessly to build strong cases and provide unwavering support throughout the entire immigration legal process.
Research shows immigrants with attorneys fare better at every stage of the court process.
Vision & Values
Accountability - We are committed to earning and maintaining the trust of our clients, partners, and the community.
Community - By collaborating with other organizations, community leaders, and volunteers, we amplify our impact and create a network of support that extends beyond our office doors.
Compassion - With genuine empathy and understanding, we provide a safe and supportive environment where clients can find comfort, hope, and guidance.
Empathy - We recognize the unique challenges that our clients face and we provide a safe and supportive environment where we seek to understand our client’s needs, and tailor our services to meet their individual circumstances.
Inclusivity - We believe in the inherent worth and equality of all individuals, regardless of their background or status.
Quality - Our team of attorneys and legal advocates undergo continuous training and stay updated on immigration laws and procedures to maintain the highest standards of legal expertise and professionalism.
Sustainability - We strive to make a lasting impact by implementing programs and initiatives that address the root causes of immigration challenges and promote self-sufficiency among our clients.
Adjustment of Status
Green Card Renewals
HUMANITARIAN BASED RELIEF
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
Violence Against Women Act
Temporary Protected Status
Justice for All Immigrants regularly participates in community education, outreach, and advocacy events. We conduct workshops with local partners serving asylum-seekers and Temporary Protected Status applicants, our staff attends numerous resource fairs and we regularly give presentations about immigration rights. Our attorneys provide free community consultations at a children’s rehabilitation center in San Antonio, and in Corpus Christi, we have partnered with Wesley Nurses and the Coastal Bend Food bank to provide information about JFAI to local residents.
Additionally, our attorneys join in advocacy efforts both locally and nationally. We educate local law enforcement agencies and schools on different forms of immigration relief. Staff attorneys participate in the National Day of Action hosted by the American Immigration Lawyers Association. We meet with legislators and their staff to advocate for immigration policy reform and to inform them about how current immigration policies affect our clients and the community.
At Justice for All Immigrants, we are a dedicated and professional team of attorneys, legal assistants, and program coordinators. We are working together to build a more inclusive and compassionate community where everyone has the opportunity to thrive.