Fundación de Asistencia Legal Rural de California


Farm Worker + 

Immigrant Rights

We are the sons and daughters of farmworkers. We believe justice and dignity are inalienable human rights. 

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Update on California Housing Law

On August 28, Governor Newsom approved a new housing bill that puts temporary tenant protections into place until February 1, 2021. Evictions may begin February 2021, should tenants be unable to pay at least 25% of rent for the previous five months.

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Breaking News: DACA Program Continues

The Supreme Court’s decision is a victory for DACA recipients and their families!

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Help A Farmworker Family

COVID-19 is challenging us in ways we could never have imagined. For thousands of farmworkers in California the challenges are even greater; together we can help.

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Advocacy Alert Update:

On March 13 and March 26 CRLAF sent letters to the Governor outlining recommendations to support low-wage workers left out of CARES bill. 

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Housing & Tenant Rights-Judicial Council Update

On August 13, the Judicial Council of California voted in favor of resuming eviction and foreclosure proceedings on September 2. The California legislature is now considering two longer-term renter protection solutions.

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Social Justice & Equity for All

CRLA Foundation acknowledges the pain that is tormenting our country and stands in solidarity with our Black community members as an ally in the fight for racial justice.  

Asistencia de Ayuda por Desastre para Inmigrantes (DRAI)

Por favor, haga clic aquí para obtener más información sobre los requisitos de elegibilidad y el proceso de solicitud de CRLAF.


Success! Night Lighting for Farm Workers 

California adopts a new regulation specifying lighting requirements for night-time agricultural work. 

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Emergency Farmworker Water Provision Project

The watersheds of El Porvenir and Cantua Creek contain chemicals that exceed the Maximum Contaminant Levels for drinking water. 

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Disaster Relief Assistance for Immigrants Project

The DRAI project was a one-time state-funded disaster relief payment for undocumented adult immigrants impacted by COVID-19 who were not eligible for federal stimulus payments or pandemic unemployment benefits.

Essential Workers + COVID-19

Critical information and resources to help immigrant communities navigate this challenging time.


Evictions Halted

Until April 6, eviction hearings were still happening in California. CRLAF stepped in to stop all evictions during pandemic. 

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What We Do



Sacramento 916-446-7904

Fresno         559-486-6278

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Sacramento, CA 95816

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Fresno, CA 93727

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