For more information about LIJC's community involvement, try the links below


U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services implemented a new Public Charge rule on February 24, 2020. Loyola Immigrant Justice clinical students (Christopher Riley, Leila Duntley, and Thomas Tai) developed materials with the goal of helping community members and practitioners, better understand how this rule affects them or their clients. If you are interested in receiving a personalized legal consultation, please call (213) 252-7409 and leave your name and contact information or email

Public Charge Client Guide


Public Charge Practitioner Guide



California Community Foundation includes LIJC in its $7.4 million grant to legal nonprofit organizations

A conversation with Marissa Montes and Emily Robinson (LMU Magazine)

How Immigration consequences affect a plea depends on the state (Daily Journal; requires subscription)

Immigrants: know your rights (KPFK-FM)

For spring break, immigration law students aid clients at U.S. Border

LIJC aids DACA recipients

LIJC wins LAJF grant to aid clients facing detention and deportation 


Loyola Immigrant Justice Clinic serves clients in climate of fear after the Presidential election

Alum from East L.A. returns as an advocate