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Educators for Fair Consideration (E4FC), a fiscally sponsored project of Community Initiatives (CI), was granted Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) recognition by the U.S. Department of Justice under the name Community Initiatives Educators for Fair Consideration (CI-E4FC). Although CI-E4FC (also doing business as "E4FC") has the authority to assist undocumented individuals before the Department of Homeland Security, we do not currently provide direct representation or legal advice.
Each intake is reviewed by a U.S. licensed immigration attorney or Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) Accredited Representative. Your consultation with us is meant to collect basic information about your situation to allow us to provide relevant informational material about legal rights and processes that may be applicable to you. We cannot take you on as a client. We cannot advise you of any deadlines or tell you the best course of action to take or not take in any legal case.
Because we are not a law firm and have no attorney-client relationship with you, our communications with you are not protected by the attorney-client privilege. We will make every effort to keep your private information confidential. We will not disclose any information about you unless we are legally required to do so. This intake service is not designed for urgent or emergency inquiries. If you require immediate attention you can find a non-profit legal service provider using www.immigrationlawhelp.org.
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Please use an alias instead of your real name. Pick a fun nickname (i.e. Obi-Wan, SpongeBob.) However, please choose an alias that you will remember because we will use that name in all of our communication with you.
Please use an alias instead of your real name. Pick a fun nickname (i.e. Kenobi, Squarepants.) However, please choose an alias that you will remember because we will use that name in all of our communication with you
We will use this email to contact you if we need further information and/or send you the results of our analysis. Due to the sensitivity of this information, please provide a valid and permanent personal email address where we can send you PRIVATE messages.
Please provide a phone number so we can contact you if we need further information and/or to notify you we have completed our analysis. A PRIVATE cell phone number would be ideal so we can text messages meant only for you.
Please provide the country where you were born (do not list the United States)
Please do research before answering the following questions (talk with your parents, grandparents, aunt/uncle, and review old immigration papers). It can be essential to know the exact date and/or receipt number of an old petition. Sometimes a receipt number and filing date can be helpful even if the old case was denied.
Please press ‘SUBMIT’ below to finish your intake. Our Legal Services Team (firstname.lastname@example.org) will notify you via email when we have begun processing your intake and may contact you if we have any questions.
When we have completed our review, we will email you from email@example.com and send a text from our phone number (415) 787-3432. Please note that our email may appear to come to you via a salesforce.com email address.
If you have further questions about the DREAMer Intake Service, feel free to contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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