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Weber State University WSU Division of Online &Continuing Education

Receive Immigration Legal Advice at WSU’s Community Education Center

Weber State University’s Community Education Center has partnered with No More a Stranger Foundation (NOMAS) and Brigham Young University’s J. Reuben Clark Law School to offer free legal services regarding immigration. Consultations with trained volunteers are available on the first Saturday morning of every month.

Program Highlights

Meet with a volunteer legal representative, who will discuss your case with a NOMAS lawyer at a later date. If your case is more complex, you could receive a referral to a different lawyer.
Receive free representation by a NOMAS lawyer on issues such as asylum, family-sponsored visas, fiance visas and naturalization/citizenship.
NOMAS volunteers receive training in an eight-week course on the Fundamentals of Immigration Law. They then volunteer with NOMAS for six months and can apply for a certification from the U.S. Department of Justice and practice immigration law while volunteering with NOMAS. If you’re interested in volunteering, fill out an application.

Program Details

Times and Location

NOMAS intake appointments are available at Weber State University's Community Education Center, 2605 Monroe Blvd. in Ogden, from 10 a.m. to noon on the first Saturday of every month.


NOMAS volunteers are able to converse in both English and Spanish.