North Carolina Asian Americans Together is not a direct service provider (with the exception of our Citizenship Assistance Clinics) and cannot provide medical or legal advice, representation or referrals to individuals.
NCAAT’s Citizenship Assistance Clinics are limited to help with completing the N-400 application form only. NCAAT cannot help those who are trying to get legal immigration status through their employer OR those seeking to apply for a temporary or non-immigrant visa such as a visitor’s or student visa.
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The following websites may assist you in locating legal resources in your community:
- North Carolina Justice Center provides legal assistance to North Carolinians with low incomes in carefully selected, high-impact cases that are designed to help alleviate poverty by protecting or expanding important rights for large numbers of vulnerable people. Targeted areas of law include consumer rights, housing, immigrant rights, access to health care, public education, and workers’ rights.
- Legal Aid of North Carolina provides civil legal help in civil (not criminal) matters for people with low incomes
- NC Free Legal Answers – Limited income individuals may qualify for this free question-and-answer legal service of the American Bar Association
- North Carolina Advocates for Justice has educational resources on know your rights and a directory of members who are lawyers
- The North Carolina State Bar Association website provides useful links to the North Carolina Lawyer Referral Service (note that this is not a free service and does not make referrals to pro bono services).