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Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton

"The West Coast's Premier Fleet Marine Force Training Base"

Legal Assistance Notice

 

Effective 1 June 2020, Camp Pendleton Legal Assistance will resume limited services to all eligible clients subject to existing social distancing guidelines. In-person attendance to all Estate Planning, Dissolution, and Immigration briefs are limited to 10 persons, and proper PPE (mask/face covering) in accordance with current orders will be required; virtual participation in briefs are limited to 50 persons.  In-person counseling with Legal Assistance attorneys will be subject to staff availability. For more information, please contact Camp Pendleton Legal Assistance at 760-725-6558.

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The dissolution brief is held online using Zoom Meeting (www.zoom.com) each Tuesday and Thursday, starting at 7:45 am.  Interested parties must send an email to Mr. Tracey Clark (tracey.clark@usmc.mil) by 4 pm the day before the requested brief date.  The email must request a specific date and include an email address other than a .mil email address.  A meeting invitation email containing registration instructions and other helpful links to information will be sent to each requesting party by 6 pm the day before the requested brief.  The Zoom Meeting will open at 7:30 am with information slides on a continuous loop until the Host starts the meeting at 7:45 am, and the Host will lock the meeting at 7:50 am.  All participants will be placed in a meeting waiting room before being allowed to join the meeting.  Waiting room participants that did not receive a meeting invitation email from the Host will not be allowed to join the meeting.

 


 

 

Immigration Services - Legal Services Support Section-West

Immigration Services
Immigration briefs are held on Wednesdays from 0745 to approximately 0900. Clients will be seen after the brief on a first-come, first-served basis.
Please note that children are not permitted during immigration walk-ins.

***Note:  Servicemembers' parents do not qualify for immigration services.