Government agencies have urged closing office locations and avoiding in-person contact to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19. To do our part and protect clients and staff, NYLPI’s offices are temporarily closed to the public. We are working remotely and at full capacity as we shift our work to respond to changing need.
If you are a nonprofit organization seeking help, please click here.
If you are an individual or family needing assistance, please call 212-244-4664, or complete the online intake form below.
Do you or your family need legal assistance? This page is for people who need help. (If you’re a nonprofit organization seeking help, please click here!)
If you are a person with serious health conditions and you
- Live in unhealthful housing (mold, lead, etc.)
- Lack health care because of your immigration status
- Are in immigration detention
If you are a person with a disability and you have a disability-related problem in
- Physical access
- Communication access
NYLPI may provide:
- Legal representation
- Self-help materials
- Advice and referrals
NYLPI does not consider immigration status when deciding whether we can help you.
Please note we do not provide representation for
- Eviction cases based solely on nonpayment of rent
You can get in touch with NYLPI by using the form below. By filling out the form, you understand that using the form does not create an attorney-client relationship between you and NYLPI. Please do not send us confidential information.
If you would prefer to contact us by phone, please call us at 212-244-4664, Monday through Friday 10:00 am – 3:00 pm.
During intake hours you can talk with a staff member about the help you need.
We provide interpreters on the phone or in-person. We also accept relay calls.