• Individual Rights

    FRLS uses litigation and advocacy to fight discrimination, human trafficking and to provide opportunities as part of our efforts to promote racial, social, and economic justice for persons residing in our county service area and farmworkers throughout the State of Florida.


    Areas of assistance include sealing criminal records, name and gender marker changes for transgender individuals, driver’s license restoration, employment discrimination, immigration assistance including U and T- Visa applications for victims, immigration assistance with green card renewals, naturalization, and petitions for immediate family members.

  • Apply for legal help

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    General Public

    Apply by phone 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

    Call 1-888-582-3410


    Apply by phone 8:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

    Call 1-855-771-3077

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  • Client Stories

  • Client Story

    Ana (not her real name) was in a very abusive marriage and escaped to the United States from Guatemala with her two children. Her husband followed her and threatened to harm her and the children if she didn’t go back to him.


    Ana knew she had to end the cycle. When she refused to go back with her husband he abused her again. This time he was arrested and charged with battery. Ana and the children went to the domestic violence shelter where they received psychological counseling. Ana knew if she went back to Guatemala her husband would find her again.


    FRLS represented Ana and helped her file for a special humanitarian Visa which will allow her to stay in the United States with her children. Her husband was deported.

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