Citizenship & Immigration Services
Our team of attorneys and legal representatives will help you navigate the US immigration system, keep your family together and achieve a greater sense of security.
Our attorneys and DOJ-accredited representatives can assist you with a variety of immigration-related concerns:
- Citizenship and Naturalization
- Renewal of Permanent Resident Card (Green Card)
- Family Petitions
- Adjustments of Status
- Consular Processing
- Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
- Waivers of Inadmissibility
- Representation in Removal Proceedings
- U-visa for victims of certain crimes
- VAWA for certain survivors of domestic violence (learn more)
- Public Benefit elibigility
$30/consultation ($50 for asylum cases)
Wed & Sat, 8:00 am (West Town)
Tue & Fri, 8:30 am (Little Village)
Consultations available on a first-come, first-served basis.
West Town – House
Our free 12-week citizenship course can prepare you for the naturalization exam and interview. Come learn alongside others on the path toward citizenship and gain the knowledge in US history and civics as well as reading and writing skills you need to succeed.
Classes are currently offered in both English and Spanish on a quarterly basis.
We partner with other organizations and allies to host naturalization workshops throughout the city of Chicago and beyond to support the immigrant community.
Our Community Navigators initiative also sponsors Know Your Rights workshops to equip you with information and resources in case you are confronted by law enforcement or immigration officials.
Looking to help out? There are several tangible ways you can support and stand in solidarity with immigrants in our community.
Citizenship Class Tutor
Work alongside legal permanent residents studying for the civics exam en route to becoming U.S. citizens.
Ideal Commitment: 1 day/week for at least 2 quarters
Complete legal reviews for participants at workshops hosted in the community.
Ideal Commitment: 4 hours/month on Saturdays; volunteers should have legal background
Assist citizenship applicants with filling out naturalization paperwork.
Ideal Commitment: 4 hours/month on Saturdays; no legal experience necessary
Survivors of Domestic Abuse or Sexual Assault
If you have experienced the trauma of domestic abuse, sexual assault or other violent crimes, we want to support you with the care and resources you need to find healing and move forward. You might also be eligible for certain immigration benefits.
Thanks to a grant from the Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority, we are able to provide you with a free legal consultation and representation in addition to free mental health services.
For more information, please call (312) 666-3430 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.