Agricultural and Migrant Farmworker Services

Idaho Legal Aid Services' (ILAS) offices provide the following kinds of help for migrants in the regions of Boise, Caldwell, Idaho Falls, and Twin Falls:

  • domestic violence
  • health and public benefits (Medicaid, Food Stamps, Temporary Assistance for Families in Idaho (TAFI)
  • immigration
  • education
  • employment
  • consumer
  • housing

In order to be eligible, you must be the following:

  • a low-income household
  • a citizen or have eligible alien status
  • farm workers (may include sheep herders, diary and processing employees, rock quarry workers)

Some exceptions are:

  • ILAS may help an ineligible Alien who has been abused or a victim of extreme cruelty as long as our help is directly related to the abuse.
  • If ILAS does not have enough resources and/or staff to assist, they may not be able to take the case.

Contact your local ILAS office for more information.

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