Pueblo Unido PDX

Libertad y justicia para todxs.

What is Pueblo Unido?

Pueblo Unido creates hope for and amplifies the voices of communities with vulnerable immigration status by connecting them to legal, social, and Indigenous language interpretation services. We envision a world in which all people live in freedom, and where we and our communities can be safe, feel supported, and thrive.

Pueblo Unido's programs include Legal Navigation, Social Service Navigation, and support for the Collective of Indigenous Interpreters of Oregon (CIIO). Our programs are focused on addressing long-standing inequities and promoting social inclusion by helping people with a vulnerable immigration status overcome financial, technological, literacy, linguistic, and bureaucratic barriers to essential human rights and services.


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Need Help?

Pueblo Unido helps connect people in the Pacific Northwest who have a vulnerable immigration status to legal, social, and Indigenous language interpretation services. For referrals to legal and social services, please contact our navigation team by calling 503-360-0324 or by completing the Legal and Social Services Request Form below. Learn more about our navigation services by visiting our Get Help page.

Disclaimer: Pueblo Unido PDX is not a law firm and our employees are not attorneys. We do not offer any legal advice and cannot prepare legal forms for you. Our goal is to help navigate you to experienced attorneys who can provide legal advice.

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Need Interpretation for an Indigenous Language?

Pueblo Unido supports the Collective of Indigenous Interpreters of Oregon (CIIO), a group of interpreters of Indigenous languages from Mexico and Central America. CIIO aims to address barriers to legal and social services for speakers of Indigenous languages in Oregon, and to ensure just compensation and treatment for Indigenous interpreters. To learn more about CIIO or to submit a request for Indigenous language interpretation, please visit the Collective of Indigenous Interpreters of Oregon page.

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Why Latinx?

We use terms like Latinx (Latino/a) and todxs (todos/as) to be inclusive of the LGBT/Queer (Cuir) community. Using ‘x’ at the end of words (and increasingly ‘e’) allows us to avoid prioritizing either the masculine or feminine, and recognizes that there are people who don’t identify with either binary gender. If you are part of the LGBT/Queer community and would like to send us feedback on inclusive language or more (updated) resources, please email us at pueblounidopdx@gmail.com.