Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota

Mission Statement

The mission of the Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota (ILCM) is to enhance opportunities for immigrants and refugees through legal representation for low-income individuals of all nationalities, and through education and advocacy with diverse communities.

Contact Information

Address
450 North Syndicate Street
Saint Paul, MN 55104
Phone
651-641-1011
Website

General Information

Alternative Name
"ILCM"
EIN
410909036
Principal Staff
John Keller
Number of Full-Time Equivalents (FTE)
20.08
Volunteers
41, plus 250 pro bono attorney volunteers
Number of Clients
4,465 cases, representing 11,163 family derivatives

Board

Board Chair
Mario Hernandez
Number of Board Members
12
Board Meetings with Quorum
9
Average Member Attendance
6.6

Impact and Programs

Accomplishments
In 2014, ILCM demonstrated its commitment to expanding legal services to meet the growing and changing needs of Minnesota's immigrants by hiring two legal staff to support Hmong and Somali language and culture capacity expansion. The new staff have increased ILCM's ability to serve Hmong and Somali immigrants and strengthened ILCM's relationship with the Hmong and Somali communities in Minnesota. ILCM continues to use its expertise to advocate at the state level for systems reform, and to ensure organizational stability by increasing development capacity. In the past year ILCM pursued the passage of a transportation omnibus bill which, although not yet passed, included a section on driver's license reform which would allow immigrants and refugees without other identification to drive, open bank accounts, and further participate in the economy.
Current Goals
ILCM will continue to follow the goals set out in the 2013-2016 Strategic Plan. In particular, ILCM seeks to continue to expand its capacity for providing legal services and educational presentations in Greater Minnesota. The need for legal advice and support in Greater Minnesota increases, especially as there are fewer avenues for support in rural areas of the state.
Community or Constituency Served
The Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota serves immigrants and refugees of all nationalities, income levels, and case types, regardless of authorization status.
Geographic Area Served
The Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota serves clients from across Minnesota out of offices in Saint Paul and Worthington.

Finances

3 Year Average Expenses
Program Services $1,122,431 80.1%
Management $121,999 8.7%
Fundraising $157,046 11.2%
Unrestricted Net Assets
2014 2013 2012
End of Year: $504,269 $557,191 $412,022
Beginning of Year: $557,191 $412,022 $323,792
Difference: ($52,922) $145,169 $88,230

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