Immigration and Legal Services
The Immigration Legal Services Department provides affordable, quality legal services to those in need.
Our attorneys and staff are committed to supporting the immigrant community.
Questions about Immigration Options?
Free Legal Consultations: March 16th & 22nd
9 am - 3 pm
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
or email: email@example.com
Our office at 802 S. 1st Ave. continues to be operational with in-person and virtual services available. For more information or to schedule an immigration consultation, please contact us via phone: 602-545-5064 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival)
Victims of Domestic Violence (VAWA)
U Visas / T Visas (Humanitarian Visas)
Affidavit of Support
Fiancé (e) Visa
Green Card Renewals
Family-Based Petitions (I-30)
Adjustment of Status
Cancellation of Removal on Deportation Proceedings
Waivers (I-601 / I-601A)
Meet Our Staff
Monica E. Manke
Immigration Legal Services-Program Director
Accredited to Practice Immigration Law by the US Department of Justice
Program Specialist / Attorney at Law
Immigration Program Assistant
To schedule an appointment or any other questions please call 602-545-5064
Frania Campbell's Story
Frania Campbell entered the U.S. when she was only 9 years old. She grew up in Phoenix, AZ as any other American kid. However, she did not have legal status. When she was 23 years old she came to Friendly House. The Immigration Department was able to help her obtain DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals). Then in 2009, she married Wendell, her high school sweetheart. Because Wendell is a U.S. Citizen, Friendly House assisted Frania by helping her become a Lawful Permanent Resident. She has been approved and is now on the pathway towards U.S. Citizenship.
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Personal Finance Resources
The Department of Justice’s guidance on the continued validity of work authorization for DACA beneficiaries following the court’s decision.
The Home is Here coalition’s toolkit, which provides messaging on the subject in addition to explainer graphics to circulate on social media.
Avoid notario fraud
A “notario” or “notary public” does not have any specialized immigration knowledge and is authorized only to corroborate someone’s identity on a letter or form.
Be wary if a provider does any of these:
Asks you to sign blank documents
Refuses to give you a contract for their services
Refuses to show their license or accreditation
Guarantees positive results
Claims a special relationship to an immigration officer or judge that will benefit your case.