RAICES Annual Revenue, Competitors, Number of Employees and Funding
Estimated Revenue & Financials
- RAICES's estimated annual revenue is currently $59.7M per year.
- RAICES's estimated revenue per employee is $270,000
- RAICES has 221 Employees.
- RAICES grew their employee count by 16% last year.
- RAICES currently has 22 job openings.
|Saida Bonifield||Director, Learning And Development|
|Liz Dunn||Chief Development Officer (cdo)||Email Available|
|Abegail Baguio||Director Of Development|
|Erica Scott-Pacheco||Director of Development, RAICES Action Fund|
|Jonathan Ryan||Executive Director||Email Available|
|Lily Cabrera||Senior Director, Institutional Giving||Email Available|
|Jasmin Patel||Director Of Development||Email Available|
|Glaydon Jose de Freitas Filho||Head Of Strategic Planning||Email Available|
|Marco Galaviz Luna||Media Director||Email Available|
|Miriam Camero||Associate Vice President: Social Programs||Email Available|
What Is RAICES?
RAICES is a BIA-recognized, 501(c)(3) nonprofit that has provided immigration legal services and education to immigrants, including Lawful Permanent Residents for more than 25 years. Since 1991, RAICES has employed licensed attorneys and is currently funded for 21 full-time staff attorneys, 5 Fully BIA accredited and 1 BIA partially-accredited representatives and 15 legal assistants dedicated exclusively to the provision of immigration representation and education to underserved immigrant children, families and refugees in Central and South Texas. RAICES has two offices in San Antonio,TX with one office located within one block of the San Antonio USCIS District Office and Application Support Center, and the other located close to the downtown EOIR Immigration Court. In addition, RAICES has offices in Austin, TX and Corpus Christi, TX. RAICES attorneys and accredited representatives enter their appearances on behalf of clients with USCIS, EOIR and in Texas state courts. RAICES has seven legal programs: Children's Program for unaccompanied immigrant children in the custody of U.S. Health and Human Services pending removal proceedings before EOIR; Immigrant Survivors of Crime Program for applicants for VAWA, U and T Visas; Refugee Assistance Program; Family-Based Immigration and U.S. Citizenship Program; Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program; Detained Torture Survivors Program; and the Affirmative Asylum Program.keywords:N/A
Number of Employees
Employee Growth %
|Name||Revenue||Number of Employees||Employee Growth||Total Funding|
|Uvalle Law Firm...||$11.9M||44||-8%||N/A|
|Zinda Law Group...||$21.3M||79||34%||N/A|
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