Who is allowed to use these services?

We offer our services to all individuals and families who need assistance.

How much do these services cost?

All of our services are free. Funding comes from members and friends of the Church.

What languages are services
offered in?

We currently offer services in Spanish and English. We can offer them in other languages according to the needs of immigrants in the area. 

Are all services offered in each location?

The legal clinic is available in all locations. Other services are available based on needs and resources in the community. Contact your local welcome center for more information.

Is there a limit to the number of times someone can attend?

People are welcome to receive our services as often as needed.

Does a person have to be a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to volunteer?

No. Volunteers do not need to be members of the Church. If you would like to volunteer, please email immigrantservices@ldschurch.org.

What is the Church’s official stance on immigration?

Go to MormonNewsroom.lds.org for the Church’s official statement on immigration.

What organizations does Immigrant Services partner with?

We partner with organizations such as the following:

  • Shelters and care centers

  • Social service agencies

  • Refugee service agencies

  • Food banks and other meal services

  • Transportation services

  • Childcare services

  • Counseling services

  • Medical and disability services

  • Housing agencies

  • Employment centers

  • Free legal services

  • Local churches