Our Mission:


We give young undocumented immigrants the power to become US Citizens through advocacy and legal assistance.


Our Mission

Via pledges to serve immigrants by fostering allied networks, raising awareness, and overcoming barriers to service through empowerment and leadership.

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Our Impact

Established in 2017, VIA hit the ground running with an ambitious agenda to serve the immigrant communities most in need. We launched the development of toolkits to help teach attorneys how to navigate unique cases, and we launched a nationwide research project for the development of an effective Rapid Response Network. In addition to our attorney education program and community outreach efforts, we have contracted experienced and trustworthy Immigration Attorneys to provide their services in helping undocumented and unaccompanied youth and minors in obtaining Special Immigrant Juvenile Status. We are helping children find their path to US Citizenship, one step at a time. 



Unaccompanied Minors

Customs and Border Patrol found 67,339 unaccompanied children between October 1, 2013 and September 30, 2014.

American Immigration Council



of the nation's Undocumented Immigrants

California is home to a quarter of the nation's undocumented immigrant population

Public Policy Institute of California



Under 16 years old

208,000 of California's undocumented population are 16 or younger

Migration Policy Institute


November 2014

My fellow Americans, we are and always will be a nation of immigrants. We were strangers once, too.

President Barack Obama / Read Full Article



Our Programs

We connect young undocumented individuals (under 21 years old) to experienced Immigration Attorneys for free consultations to determine possible legal solutions to obtain legal status. Those who qualify can apply for SIJS through our legal team. SIJS, short for Special Immigrant Juvenile Status, is a unique process that allows certain undocumented youth to apply for a Green Card, and eventually U.S. Citizenship. 


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To learn more about how you can help, send an email to info@viaimmigration.com. We will do what we can to find how you can contribute your talents to our mission.


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