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Harbor Communities Overcoming Violence

  • Location:
    P.O. Box 505754
    Chelsea, MA 02150
  • Phone:
    (617) 884-9799
  • Fax:
    (617) 884-9929
  • Contact methods:
    Phone calls
  • Appointments accepted:

Harbor Communities Overcoming Violence (Harbor COV) provides emergency and support services to victims and survivors of domestic violence through provisions of low-income housing, advocacy, and immigration legal services.

Counties served: Suffolk

Services Provided

Are immigration legal services provided? Yes
Areas of immigration legal assistance: Adjustment of Status, Employment authorization, Naturalization/Citizenship, T visas, U visas, Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) petitions
Types of immigration legal services provided: Help completing forms, Filings with USCIS, Representation before the Immigration Court
Other areas of legal assistance: Family & Juvenile
Non-legal services: Housing referrals, Legislative advocacy (state or national), Referrals to other services, Social services
Populations served: Domestic Violence Victims
Languages spoken: Amharic, English, Khmer, Portuguese, Spanish
Access to a commercial interpreting service or language bank: No
Nominal fee charged? No

ciri partners

  • asian americans advancing justice
  • american immigration council
  • afl cio
  • american immigration council
  • american immigration lawyers association
  • the center for popular democracy
  • catholic immigration network
  • center for migration studies
  • fair immigration reform movement
  • farmworker justice
  • immigration advocates network
  • immigration legal resource center
  • naleo educational fund
  • national alliance of latin american and caribbean communities
  • national council of la raza
  • national day laborer organizing network
  • national immigrant justice center
  • national immigration law center
  • national immigration project
  • picon national network
  • picon national network
  • ufw foundation
  • unite here!
  • united we dream
  • women for common sense immigration reform
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