Immigration Counseling Services

Organization mission statement:

Immigration Counseling Service (ICS) provides legal services, outreach, and education to foreign-born residents of Oregon and Southwest Washington. ICS also provides free community legal education assistance, and has three major program areas, with a long history of expertise in each: 1) General immigration, which includes issues such as family-based petitions, waivers and adjustments of status, asylum, and T, U and VAWA cases for crime and domestic violence victims; 2) Oregon’s only unaccompanied minors (UAC) program representing all children under the age of 18 apprehended by ICE and detained in ORR facilities in Oregon; and 3) Oregon’s only full time anti-trafficking program focused on foreign-born victims. ICS also has long served LGBTQ immigrants across all three program areas.

Project description: 


There is little awareness of ICS's important and unique work serving immigrant communities. ICS is a donor supported organization, and the demand is growing and overwhelming our ability to keep up with it. ICS needs assistance with name recognition to build awareness of the organization's work, and with clarifying the vision and streamlining messaging.


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Our new Visible project timelines span 12 weeks, so that you know your time commitment from the start. 

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