Helping low-income, Spanish-speaking immigrants acquire the tools they need to thrive.

We have received a massive number of phone calls and emails regarding ICE Raids. It is important to stay connected to a trusted source. If we ever receive information in regards ICE in Marin, we will make sure to let the community know as soon as possible. 

Post-Election Announcement
At this time Canal Alliance is closely monitoring what the new administration will announce in the upcoming days. We encourage the community to learn about their rights and be prepared for potential increase of enforcement by federal agencies. If you have questions about DACA please call us or email us if you would like to know mo

IMPORTANT UPDATE: After the presidential election, many questions have come up, including the impact on AB 60 licenses as well as the security of AB 60 license information.


Upcoming Events

March 4th, 2017 – 9:00 – 12:00pm – Immigration Talk
March 9th and 23rd – 4:00pm – Immigration Talk
April 6th and 20th – 4:00pm- Immigration Talk

 Immigration Resources

Downloadable PDFs:
Official Immigration Websites 
 Study Materials for the U.S. Citizenship Test
 AB60 California Driver License

Immigration Legal Services

We offer immigration legal services to low-income Marin County residents. We assist with general legal consultations, asylum and SIJS for children, naturalization, DACA, TPS, U visas, T visa, green card renewals, and VAWA.  At this time we are not taking new clients for family based cases, adjustment of status or deportation defense.

Citizenship classes: We offer classes in English to prepare for citizenship test. Please contact us for more information.

Know your rights: We provide information on how to prepare in case of an encounter with an immigration officer. Know your constitutional rights regardless of legal status!

We reserve the right to change this list of services according to our capacity. Given the high volume of clients we serve every day, we can’t guarantee immediate availability. When you come to our offices our receptionists will schedule an appointment with our department to assess your case. This is an initial appointment and does not guarantee that we will take your case.  We will be happy to offer additional resources and refer you to other agencies if needed. We do charge a fee depending on the type of case.

For general information please email us at immigration@canalalliance.org or call us (415) 306 0437