DALLAS – Catholic Charities Dallas’ Immigration Legal Services (ILS) program is the proud recipient of a $7,500 Paperless Transition Project grant presented by the Texas Bar Foundation. This grant will allow the program to initiate mobile scanners to streamline the existing case management system while increasing the efficiency and delivery of immigration services to clients. Currently the ILS program serves over 28,000 individuals annually, this project is expected to yield a 20% increase in immigration clients served.
The goal of the project is to transition from physical client case files to digital files managed by our online Law Logix (LLX) Case Management System. “Transitioning to a completely digital case management system will allow us to increase our capacity and service delivery model efficiency,” says Nubia Torres, Director of Immigration Legal Services at Catholic Charities Dallas. “Not only will the transition to this system reduce or eliminate time spent managing physical files in our office, it will also allow us to offer mobile service throughout our vast North Texas service area.”
Since it’s inception in 1995, the Texas Bar Foundation has awarded more than $20 million in grants to law-related programs. Supported by members of the State Bar of Texas, the Texas Bar Foundation is the nation’s largest charitably-funded bar foundation.

To learn more about CCD’s Immigration Legal Services program, contact Nubia Torres, ntorres@ccdallas.org