Migrants, Refugees & Those Without Documentation

Minnesota Human Rights Act

This act protects individuals from all discrimination.

Hispanic Outreach of Goodhue County

Mission: To serve Hispanics through support services, advocacy, and education to ease their integration into the community while preserving their culture.

Executive Director Lucy Richardson
Program Coordinator William Ortiz
Office open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)

Launched in 2012 to provide protection from deportation to people who came to the United States as children, before their 16th birthday.

For direct filing addresses in accordance to your specific needs, please visit this website.

Minnesota Dream Act

Allows undocumented students to apply for state financial aid after reaching some academic requirements. This allows for undocumented students to pay “in-state” tuition, making education more affordable.

Immigrant Law Center of MN

Works with migrants of all nationalities. Their core values are advocacy, education, and direct legal services.

Legal Aid at Work

Lists undocumented workers rights. Aside from unemployment insurance and union organizing, undocumented workers are subject to the same rights as documented workers.

Southeast Minnesota Regional Legal Services

Free, high-quality legal help to low-income people in critical civil matters.

CARE Clinic in Red Wing

Free and confidential legal services offered by the Agricultural Workers Project at 906 College Avenue in Red Wing.

Local Crime Victim Resources Sheet

Resources if you are the victim of a crime.

Red Wing Human Rights Commission Card

How to contact the HRC and other area resources.