Welcome to ILSOLI

We are a not-for-profit organization, providing immigration assistance and deportation defense services to detained and non-detained immigrants who live or work within the tri-state area.

Among the services offered are permanent residents applying for citizenship, family reunification through permanent residence, asylum seekers fleeing persecution, Temporary Protected Status (TPS), NACARA, visa applications and renewals, adjustment of status, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents (DAPA), and court representation whether detained or not.

Like those who came before them, today’s immigrants invigorate the economy and enrich our culture, traditions and values. Yet, they face labyrinthine statutes, rules and regulations, multiple layers of bureaucratic intimidation and an increasingly insensitive political climate fueled by nativist feelings.

Immigration Legal Services (ILSOLI) is proud to represent these courageous newcomers and their families, in all areas of immigration law. In return, our peers consider us the preeminent immigration not-for-profit agency within the tri-state area.

Crafting pragmatic, cost-effective solutions, and ensuring that our attorneys, paralegals, administrative staff and volunteers, embrace the highest ethical standards, ILSOLI has earned an enviable, unparalleled reputation as a not-for-profit immigration agency. Our goal is to educate clients and inquirers on immigration law and procedure, while providing cutting-edge expertise on the law and its applications.

Through effective representation, ILSOLI makes it possible for clients to realize their American dream – integration into the economic and social fabric of the United States.

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Recent News


A Path to Citizenship, Hillary Clinton Says, ‘Is at Its Heart a Family Issue’ – NYTimes

LAS VEGAS — For months, Latino activists frustrated by President Obama’s inability to overhaul the immigration system have pressed Hillary Rodham Clinton about what she would do differently. On Tuesday, she tried to answer those pleas. At a campaign event...
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Recent Updates

Immigration Summit

RIVERHEAD EVENT ON 5/26: Immigration Summit

Join representatives from ILSOLI and the Riverhead Library on May 26, 2015 at 6:30 p.m. for a discussion on new immigration laws. The ILSOLI team will answer any immigration question you may have. See you Tuesday night!    
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