Immigrant Advocacy Networks

American Beginnings

Immigration and Naturalization services.
2215 S. 8th Ave., Yuma, AZ 85364 | 928-783-5794

International Rescue Committee
Refugees, asylees, victims of human trafficking, survivors of torture, and other immigrants.
Glendale: 4425 W. Olive Ave., #400 | 602-443-2440
Tucson: 2100 N. Kolb Rd., Ste 103 | 520-319-2128

Arizona Dream Act Coalition

Immigrant Youth-led organization focusing on the fight for higher education and immigrant rights.
1122 E. Buckeye, Rd, Suite B7-B8, Phoenix, AZ 85034 | 602-842-3748
For text alerts: text ADAC to 77948

Arizona Justice for Our Neighbors
Mailing Address: PO Box 11181, Tucson, AZ. 85734 (520) 488-3201
Physical Address: 1130 East Bilby Road, Tucson, AZ. 85706

Arizona Justice for our Neighbors (AZJFON) is a United Methodist Immigration Ministry that provides low-cost immigration legal services to low-income immigrants. AZJFON’s current focus is family-based immigration and humanitarian-based immigration. They provide bi-monthly legal clinics where immigrants can receive free legal consultations with an attorney. Additionally, they provide monthly legal clinics for victims of gender-based violence where immigrant victims can receive a free legal consultation on whether they quality for a U-Visa, T-Visa or VAWA petition, or other forms of immigration relief. Many of our clients who attend a legal clinic are accepted for legal representation by the Arizona JFON staff attorney. 

Casa Alitas Program: Aid for Migrant Families - (520) 330-6988

Casa Alitas, also known as the Alitas Program of Catholic Community Services, (CCS), is a humanitarian aid project committed to providing assistance to asylum seekers released from ICE and Border Patrol detention into the Alitas community. Volunteers offer support by providing hospitality, including housing, food, clothing, toiletries, advocacy, and travel assistance. Our goal is to provide a welcoming, comfortable, safe, and healthy location for the guests to await their journeys, and to prepare them to reunite with family across the country. 

Catholic Social Services: Immigration and Refugee Services

Provides legal consultation, documentation, and representation to U.S. citizens and immigrants dealing with immigration-related issues.
1825 W. Northern Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85021
Immigration: 602-749-4415; 855-316-2229
Refugees: 602-997-6105

Chicanos Por La Causa – Phoenix and Somerton

Provides various resources and services for underserved populations. Resources for Health and Human Services, Housing, Education, and Economic Development.
Phoenix: 1112 East Buckeye Rd. - 602-257-0700
Somerton: 308 W. Main St. - 928-627-2042

End Streamline

Founded in Tucson, Arizona in 2013, End Streamline is comprised of a group of individuals and organizations committed to opposing the criminalization of immigrants and the use of Streamline or other similar en mass court systems that deny due process. Operation Streamline prosecutes migrants for illegal entry and reentry, criminalizing border crossers and housing them in privatized prisons that profit from mass incarceration.

End Streamline members are available for presentations to groups if scheduling permits. You can contact them at 

Florence Immigrant and Refugee Rights Project

Provides free social and legal services to persons detained in Florence, Eloy and Phoenix for immigration proceedings. Family visitors must call for an appointment. NO walk-ins.
P.O. Box 654., 2601 N. Highway 79, Florence, AZ 85132
Florence: (520) 868-0191
Phoenix: (602) 307-1008
Tucson: (520) 203-7912

Friendly House

One Friday per month, free consultations to general public on first come, first serve basis. Assistance with immigration and asylum applications, green card renewals, family petitions, visas, VAWA applications, and court representation.
113 West Sherman St., Phoenix, AZ 85003 | 602-257-1870

International students and scholars — ASU
Visas for international students. | 480-965-7451

Immigration Law Clinic, University of Arizona
Deportation defense for detainees in Eloy and non-detained persons in Tucson
Immigration Law Clinic – clinic open Wed evenings Feb -April and Sept-Nov by APPOINTMENT only.
Clinic at Rountree Hall, College of Law: 1145 N. Mountain Ave, Tucson
520-626-5232 for an appointment at the Clinic

Keep Tucson Together

730 S Osborne Ave Tucson, AZ 85701 (520) 623-4084

Keep Tucson Together (KTT) started in 2011 and works to stop deportations in immigration courts. KTT is  a grassroots organization, pro-bono legal clinic that works with volunteer attorneys to stop deportations and the separation of families in Southern Arizona.

Kino Border Initiative
P.O. Box 159
Nogales, A287-2370Z 85628-0159

The Kino Border Initiative (KBI) is a binational organization that works in the area of migration and is located in Nogales, Arizona and Nogales, Sonora, Mexico. The KBI’s vision is to help make humane, just, workable migration between the U.S. and Mexico a reality.  Its mission is to promote US/Mexico border and immigration policies that affirm the dignity of the human person and a spirit of bi-national solidarity through:

  • Direct humanitarian assistance and accompaniment with migrants;
  • Social and pastoral education with communities on both sides of the border;
  • Participation in collaborative networks that engage in research and advocacy to transform local, regional, and national immigration policies.


Civic engagement organization that advocates on social and economic issues that impact the Latino community, from immigration to workers’ rights.
Phoenix: 1710 E Indian School Rd., Suite 100 | 602-263-2030
Tucson:  877 S. Alvernon, Suite 100

Lutheran Social Services of the Southwest
Pre-arrival housing
Case management
How to use transportation and basic services
Employment help, K-12 refugee education services, help for women, immigration services including: Naturalization, Status adjustment, Family reunification, Travel document preparation, Document replacement.
CALL for an appointment.
Phoenix: 10201 S. 51st St., #180 | 480-396-3795 or 602-248-4400
Tucson: 6303 E. Tanque Verde Rd., #101 | 520-748-2300 or 520-748-2300

Mexican Consulate Offices in AZ:

Phoenix: 320 E. McDowell Rd. | 602-242-7398 or emergency: 602-242-7398
Tucson: 3915 E. Broadway Blvd. | 520-882-5595 or emergency: 520-975-5832
Douglas: 1201 F Avenue | 520-364-3107 or 520-364-3142
Nogales: 135 W. Cardwell St. | 520-287-2521 or 520-287-3381
Yuma: 298 S. Main Street | 928-343-0066

Puente Arizona

Grassroots migrant justice organization develops, educates, and empowers migrant communities to protect and defend families and themselves.
1937 W. Adams St., Phoenix, AZ 85009 | (602) 252-1283

Salavision/Casa Esperanza

Salvavision is a Tucson, Arizona-based organization that provides aid and support to asylum seekers and migrants dropped off by cartel or deported by Border Patrol to the remote town of Sasabe, Sonora. In Sasabe, Salavision heads Casa Esperanza, a migrant resource center that provides many services to asylum seekers and migrants as well as to residents of Sasabe, Sonora. Salavision also networks with other organizations to provide resources to persons who have been deported to their home countries. 

Undocumented Student Resource Guide

This Guide provides expert advice for undocumented college students. Learn more about tuition and enrollment policies, financial aid and scholarships, and get expert advice on how to overcome barriers in your pursuit of the American dream.