Called to bring dignity, justice, and hope to the immigrant among us by providing direct legal services in immigration matters to low-income clients in Eastern Oklahoma, so that immigrants can fully engage in and contribute to our community.

Important Information

Catholic Charities of Eastern Oklahoma has been accredited by the U.S. Department of Justice to represent clients before the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services since October 10, 1985. San Toribio Romo Immigration Legal Services office is staffed by experienced, specialized personnel, including four immigration attorneys and two U.S. Department of Justice Accredited Immigration Representatives. Services are offered in English, Spanish, Burmese, and Russian.

Our goal is to provide a compassionate analysis of complex immigration issues for our low-income clients, and to directly represent them in their legal needs with the highest quality of service.

Our services include:

  1. Family-based petitions
  2. Adjustment of status
  3. Consular processing
  4. Green card renewals
  5. Naturalization and citizenship
  6. Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
  7. Special Immigrant Juvenile petitions
  8. U Visas for survivors of certain crimes
  9. T Visas for human trafficking survivors
  10. Lawful permanent residency for domestic violence survivors (VAWA)
  11. Asylum
  12. Temporary Protected Status (TPS)
  13. Deportation/Removal Proceedings

Tulsa Campus
2450 N. Harvard Ave.

Monday – Friday
9:00 am to 4:30 pm
We are closed from noon to 1 pm for lunch.

Initial consultations are held by appointment only. During the initial consultation, we will determine what services we can provide and will schedule additional meetings to meet your needs.

If you are interested in our services, please contact us at (918) 508-7169 to complete a phone intake. If you receive our voicemail system, please leave a message and someone will return your call within 2 business days.

Information we will need during the phone intake:

  • Dates of entry
  • Pending court dates
  • Expiration dates

We offer services for nominal fees. We strive to keep costs as low as possible, and we will not turn anyone away based on an inability to pay.

Immigration Services provides a wide variety of opportunities for interested volunteers. We are always looking for bilingual volunteers to help with documentation translation and interpretation. We also need help with administrative tasks, including phone calls, filing, and data entry.

Volunteers who are interested in learning how to help clients with specific immigration processes are always needed. We have volunteer attorneys who help in this capacity, and we have hosted student interns from the University of Tulsa Law School.

If you would like to volunteer, visit or contact Volunteer Engagement at (918) 508-7125 or


We’d like to thank the Oklahoma Bar Association for supporting our program and Catholic Charities Dallas for the Legal Orientation Program for Custodians of Unaccompanied Children.