Immigration Resources

The LGBTQ Center OC provides education, resources and referrals to low-income and indigent, HIV-affected, documented and undocumented immigrants/migrants. We work with immigrants and refugees in accessing services and legal support for obtaining lawful immigrant or citizenship status in Orange County. At the local, statewide and national levels, we work with LGBTQ, immigrant rights and social justice advocates to fight for the dignity and rights of immigrants and refugees.

The websites and organizations listed below will be updated regularly to provide information and resources that address changes in immigration policies and the ongoing threats to immigrants.

For more information about our services,
contact us at 714-953-5428.  

COVID-19: Due to ongoing developments around the coronavirus outbreak, all of our services are currently taking place online, via phone or email. Please contact us for more information 714-953-5428.

Warning for Immigrants About Medical and Legal Marijuana

Rights for People Without Immigration Status

DACA Toolkit (January 2020)

NILC’s “Know Your Rights” Information (English)

NILC’s “Know Your Rights” Information (En Epañol)

NILC’s DACA and Employment

Things to know about DACA Renewals

ILRC’s FAQS on DACA Termination

Transgender Law Center's Asylum Fact Sheet

Guía para el asilo del Trangender Law Center

ILRC’s Information Page on LGBTQ Immigrant Rights

Special Considerations for LGBTQ Immigrants Factsheet

ILRC’s FAQS on Same-Sex Immigration Petitions

Your donations to our LGBTQ Immigrant Fund go a long way! Please consider supporting our work.

For more information, contact:

Luis Gomez – Program Manager
714-953-5428 Ext. 502
Jonatan Gutierrez – Immigration Outreach Coordinator
714-953-5428 Ext. 504