Immigration Affairs Services

Providing outreach and resources to immigrants, and refugee communities in Dane County in order to support integration through coordination of county services.

Local Resources

American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)

Here is a link to know your rights info sheets from the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) in several languages that talk about this.

Sunshine No Fee Legal Clinic

DREAMERS of UW–Madison

The purpose of this organization is to advocate for undocumented/DACAmented students pursuing higher education. DREAMERS aims to educate students, faculty, staff and communities regarding the struggles and the needs of these students; provide mentoring services; facilitate resources (including educational workshops and presentations), and serve as a support group to undocumented/DACAmented students in high school, undergraduate or graduate school. DREAMERS organizes fundraisers to provide undocumented/DACAmented students with scholarships to fund their educational endeavors. DREAMERS advocates and takes action to ensure that students have equal access to higher education and become the leaders of tomorrow.

Neighborhood Law Clinic

Lutheran Social Services

Open Doors to Refugees

Voces de la Frontera

Dane Sanctuary Coalition

Workers Right Center

Other Resources

The USCIS National Customer Service Center

Toll‐free at 1-800-375-5283

Obtaining the wrong legal help can cause you undue harm!

To get information on protecting yourself against immigration service scams, or to learn how you can receive help with your immigration questions, visit .

Wisconsin American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)


U Visa

To learn more about the U Visa application process of DCDHS, see the link below or contact the Dane County Immigration Affairs Specialist.

(608) 242-6260