Chicago Office Indiana Office 208 S. LaSalle St., Ste. 1300 203 S. Main St., Suite 6 Chicago, IL 60604 Goshen, IN 46526 Phone: (312) 660-1370 (collect calls accepted at (312) 263-0901) Phone: (312) 660-1370 Fax: (312) 660-1505 Fax: (312) 660-1505 Website: www.immigrantjustice.org National Immigrant Justice Center also offers intake hours at the following two locations by appointment only Heartland Human Care Services Lake County at YWCA Gurnee 5715 W. Belmont 1425 Tri-State Parkway, Suite 180 Chicago, IL 60634 Gurnee, IL 60031 Frequently Asked Questions Is this organization recognized by the Board of Immigration Appeals to practice immigration law? Yes Does this organization ~ Have attorneys on staff? Yes ~ Consult with private attorneys? Yes ~ Coordinate pro bono (free) services with private attorneys? Yes ~ Serve a particular clientele? Lower income individuals (household income 200% or below federal poverty level) ~ Charge for services? Nominal fees for most services (waivers available) ~ Have income guidelines for determining fees? Yes ~ Charge on a sliding scale basis? Yes ~ Charge a flat fee for specific services? Yes Intake Hours: By appointment: please call (312) 660-1370 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a consultation appointment Detention Intake: Tuesdays 11am - 2pm For collect calls: (312) 263-0901 For all other calls: (773) 672-6599 Asylum Intake: Thursdays 9am Phone: (773) 672-6555 Unaccompanied Immigrant Children Intake: Thursdays 2pm - 4:30pm Phone: (773) 672-6550 LGBT Immigrants Intake: Wednesdays, Fridays 10am - 12pm Phone: (773) 672-6551 Does this organization ~ Accept intake by mail? No ~ Accept intake by fax? No ~ Accept intake by email? Yes, please email email@example.com or complete the online intake through www.illinoislegalaidonline.org or www.immigrantjustice.org
What languages does this organization's staff speak? English, French, and Spanish (other languages may be available upon request) What geographical area does this organization cover? Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana, and Kentucky. The Federal litigation and LGBT immigrant rights project has no geographic limitations.
Services Provided Naturalization/citizenship N-400 application for naturalization Yes N-600 application for certificate of citizenship Yes N-648 medical disability waiver Yes N-565 application for replacement certificate Yes Family-based immigration I-130 alien relative petition Yes I-360 self-petition Yes I-485 application for adjustment of status Yes Consular processing Yes Waiver applications (I-212 and I-601) Yes I-751 petition to remove conditions on residence Yes I-131 application for travel document Yes I-765 application for employment authorization Yes I-90 application for replacement green card Yes Other Immigration Benefits Asylum; Withholding of Removal; Relief under Torture Convention; DACA, NACARA; Temporary Protected Status; Late amnesty (CSS/LULAC); orders of supervision; Stay of Removal; Credible fear parole requests; Relief under Violence Against Women ACT (VAWA); Visas for victims of human trafficking and crimes (U and T visas); The LGBT Immigrant Rights Initiative provides immigration-related legal services or referrals to gay, lesbian, bisexual, and trans-gendered individuals. Representation before immigration judge or Board of Immigration Appeals. Bond hearings: Yes Removal proceedings/defense on merits: Yes Relief from removal: Yes Appeals to BIA: Yes Motions to reopen: Yes Representation in federal court Habeas petitions: Yes Petitions for review: Yes Class actions: Yes Other Federal court representation: Yes (in limited circumstances)