American Immigration Lawyers Association (English and Spanish) has an easy way to search for lawyers by types of immigration law, language(s) spoken, and location.
Lawyers listed are licensed, in good standing with a state bar association, and meet other minimum requirements. The website also has general legal information including a free know your rights handout, If ICE Visits a Home, Employer, or Public Space, in seven languages including Spanish.
Get Know Your Rights flyers for home, work, and public places in multiple languages.
Immigration Advocates Network (IAN) provides free resources and training materials for lawyers. With Pro Bono Net IAN operates a searchable National Immigration Legal Services Directory. Get an FAQ or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The directory is available in more than a dozen languages, including English and Spanish, but the main website is English only.
LawHelpNY.org (more than 30 languages, including Spanish and English) has a lawyer search and straightforward summaries on topics ranging from asylum to money and tax issues, Temporary Protected Status (TPS) to working in the U.S.
Unaccompanied Children Resource Center has materials for attorneys and local groups plus referrals and resources for families. Resources for newly arrived families include Guide for People Who are Afraid to Return to Their Country, What Happens When I Go to Immigration Court? (video), and Know Your Rights. Materials for attorneys tend to be English only. Other resources are available in English and Spanish.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has an online detainee locator (Spanish, Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Portuguese, Russian, Somali, and Vietnamese). It allows users to search for individuals 18 and over by their name, country, birthdate, or nine-digit A-number. Users may also search for case status details and get lists of ICE Enforcement and Removal Operations field offices and detention facilities.