The Immigration Project invites you to our Annual Fall Luncheon!
The Immigration Project serves immigrants that live in communities across a large geographic region—approximately 120,000 square miles in central and southern Illinois. In addition to three staff attorneys and several support staff, numerous volunteer Community Navigators help immigrants needing help.
The organization maintains two offices, one in Normal and one in Champaign. Last year’s Immigration Hero was Socorro Alvarez, Hispanic Outreach Director at Western Avenue Community Center.
The Immigration Project provides access to quality legal services in Central and Southern Illinois. Due to
the complexity of immigration law, we have found that access to quality legal services is essential to keeping families united, building strong communities, and protecting victims of crime. The Immigration Project is a nonprofit organization providing immigration legal assistance to the 100,000 immigrants residing in Central and Southern Illinois.
Attorney Consultations on Immigration Issues
We offer individual attorney consultations and evaluations on immigration issues. Our staff are all fluent in Spanish. Topics include citizenship; assistance for victims of crimes, including domestic violence; family reunification; removal defense; and the recent Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
Citizenship Application Workshops
Go here for up-to-date information on our regional naturalization (citizenship) workshops.
Serving Downstate Illinois in Seven Locations
We are the only regional provider operating on a rural service model. Our immigration attorneys and immigration specialists travel to meet with clients in seven regional locations. Without our programs, low-income immigrants in the region would struggle to obtain access to professional immigration assistance.
Helping Immigrants & Strengthening Communities
We are committed to helping immigrants so that they can reach their goals and have a better life for themselves and their families. We believe that immigrants are members of our community, and that helping all members of a community strengthens it as a whole.