Students in the Immigration Clinic engage with immigration law matters including assisting noncitizens in navigating the immigration process, participating in community outreach and education, and conducting policy research and advocacy. We welcome noncitizens and their families in the Hampton Roads area to contact our Clinic for more information.
As a clinic program consisting of law students overseen by a supervising attorney, the Immigration Clinic assists noncitizens with various immigration matters, including the citizenship and naturalization process. The Clinic also aids noncitizens seeking relief as victims of crime (U visa), domestic violence (VAWA), and human trafficking (T visa), as well as those currently held in detention seeking release on bond. In addition to legal representation, the Clinic also provides educational opportunities and resources for the community.