Welcome

Information Update on ICE Activities and Policies in Santa Barbara County

Resources & Family Planning Documents:
Adult Emergency Contact Information Español & English
Current DACA Information (English)
Immigrant Resources
What if I’m Picked up by ICE (English)
Financial & Medical Preparedness Plan (English)
Plan de Preparación Médica y Financiera (Español)
Family Preparedness Checklist
Affidavit of Guardian POA – Absence of Parent (English)
Asignacion de Guardian de Termino Corto (Español)
Guardian Power of Attorney – Short Term (English)
Declaracion Jurada del Tutor Referente a la Ausencia del Padre (Español)
Caregiver’s Affidavit (English)
Autorizacion para Cuidador Declaracion Jurada (Español)
Child Contact Information Español & English

 

Taller de Preparación para la Familia:

Familia Noche Informativa Para Familias Immigrantes
Miercoles, 17 de Mayo
de 6 – 8:30 p.m.
Santa Maria High School Escuela El Camino
901 S. Broadway
Santa Maria, CA 93454 (map)

Family Preparedness Workshops:

Informational Night for Immigrant Families
Wednesday, May 17, 2017
6-8:30 p.m.
Santa Maria High School
901 S. Broadway
Santa Maria, CA 93454 (map)

 

About the Legal Aid Foundation of Santa Barbara County

The mission of the Legal Aid Foundation of Santa Barbara County is to provide high-quality legal services in order to ensure that low-income persons and seniors have access to the civil justice system in times of crisis – to secure safe, habitable shelter, adequate income, and protection from domestic violence and elder abuse.

Our vision is to provide Equal Access to Justice for all; removing victims of domestic violence permanently from harm’s way, preventing homelessness, helping seniors live with dignity and independence & providing a legal safety net for low income residents of Santa Barbara County.

Since 1959 Legal Aid Foundation has provided free legal assistance in critical civil matters. Our mission is to ensure equal and meaningful access to the civil justice system to Santa Barbara county residents living at or below the poverty level, those facing language or disability barriers, seniors and others living on fixed incomes such as Social Security, and victims of domestic violence and elder abuse. Our services range from the provision of legal information and advice to assistance with the preparation of legal documents and representation in court proceedings. Because of resource limitations, our practice is primarily directed at assisting persons in crisis. We have offices in Santa Barbara, Santa Maria and Lompoc.