Help develop and prioritize the job criteria for the next Library Director. Please visit this link to access the survey and provide your input by the close of business on June 22, 2018. Your thoughts and responses will help develop and prioritize the job criteria for our next Library Director, as well as assist in identifying appropriate candidates as the search is being conducted.
Immigration Paperwork Help and Legal Clinic
Know Your Rights!
Get help with immigration paperwork and legal questions. Short presentation followed by free one on one consultations. Co-presented by the Alameda County Law Library and the International Institute of the Bay Area. We'll cover
-Status of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
-Immigration Enforcement Priorities
-What immigrants can do to protect themselves and their families
Help will be available in English and Spanish. If you are interested in another language, please let us know.
Can't find childcare? Children's activites will be provided.
¡Conozca sus derechos! Asistencia en inglés y español con:
· Estatus de Acción Diferida para los que entraron al país siendo niños (DACA)
· Prioridades migratorias en vigor
· Que pueden hacer los emigrantes para protegerse ellos y sus familias
· Otras preguntas legales
Actividades para niños
IIBA is a non-profit organization that provides high-quality, low-cost legal immigration services to community members who need them most. This past year it has helped nearly 10,000 individuals and their families with applications for citizenship, work authorization, adjustment of status, as well as with a host of other services. IIBA has been serving immigrants since 1918. Visit them at http://www.iibayarea.org/
The Alameda County Law Library has proudly served the Alameda County Legal community and its citizens for over one hundred years. Established in 1891, the Alameda County Law Library is one of 58 county law libraries that serve the people of the state of California. Each county law library functions as a separate governmental entity within its county and derives the bulk of its income from civil filing fees.
The law library provides free access to the judiciary, state and county officials, members of the bar and residents of the county. (California Business and Professions Code Secs §6300-6365.)