LGBTQ Legal Clinics- New York City Anti-Violence Project
The results of the presidential election sent shockwaves to LGBTQ, HIV-affected, immigrant, and other communities throughout New York City.
As a response to the election, a coalition of New York City non-profits, advocacy organizations and direct service organizations have come together to offer free legal clinics before President-elect Trump enters office on January 20, 2017 and for the upcoming months to follow.

Most recent clinics offered (and will be periodically updated as more clinics are scheduled):

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These clinics will provide brief legal advice, referrals or representation. Issues that can be addressed include legal name change, identification document change (passport, etc.), immigration, advance directives, wills, family law, intimate partner violence, legal support for survivors of hate violence.

Walk-ins are welcome, but those who register will be ensured an interview and will be provided with a translator, if requested.

Please complete the following to register to attend a legal clinic. If you are responding on behalf of someone, please enter their information.

All information will be kept strictly confidential and in the custody of attorneys and clinic staff.

If you have questions, want us to schedule a clinic at your organization or if you are an attorney and would like to volunteer, please email Jessie Pimentel at jpimentel@avp.org

New York City Anti-Violence Project
116 Nassau Street, Third Floor
New York, NY 1003

Select which clinic you would like to attend/A que clínica legal le gustaría ir?
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Name/ Nombre
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Legal First Name, if different than above/Primer Nombre Legal (si es diferente)
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Legal Last Name, if different than above/ Apellido Legal (si es diferente)
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Phone number/Numero de telefono
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Email address/Correo electronico
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Street address/Direccion
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City/Ciudad
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State/Estado
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ZIP code/Codigo postal
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Borough/Condado
What language do you prefer to speak in? If this information is provided in advance, we can make sure we have an interpreter for you./Idioma preferido
If you prefer, we can communicate with someone else on your behalf (like a family member or friend). If so, what is that person's name, and phone number/email?////// Si prefiere, podemos comunicarnos con otra persona en su nombre (como un miembro de la familia o un amigo). Si es así, ¿cuál es el nombre de esa persona y el número de teléfono / correo electrónico?
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Please fill out the following section if you have an immigration concern/Por favor, complete la siguiente sección si tiene un asunto de inmigración
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Date of Birth/Fecha de Nacimiento
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Country of Citizenship/Pais de Ciudadania
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What is your current immigration status? (Visa, pending application, etc) /Estatus inmigratorio?
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When did you last enter the US?/Cuando llegaste a los Estados Unidos?:
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Does your immigration concern involve any of these areas? (select all that apply)
Let us know if you have any other family law, legal name change, identification document changes, housing, criminal, or public benefits issues you would like addressed.
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