Friendly House Phoenix Immigration and Legal Services

Contact Information

Name: Friendly House Phoenix Immigration and Legal Services
Address: 810 S. 1st Ave., Phoenix, AZ - 85003
Phone: (602) 416-7200

Service Information

Provides legal aid services in regards to immigration. Call for more information.

Monthly, Free Immigration Consultation Clinics.
Different locations throughout the Month
Please call 602-416-7200, for location and time

Office Hours: Monday - Fridays 8am-5pm
Except Holidays

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.


To schedule an immigration consultation, please email [email protected] or call 602-416-7200.


    DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival)
    Victims of Domestic Violence (VAWA)
    U Visas / T visas (Humanitarian Visas)
    Affidavit of Support
    Fianc (e) Visa
    Green Card Renewals
    Family-Based Petitions (I-30)
    Adjustment of Status
    Cancellation of Removal on Deportation Proceedings
    Consular Processing
    Employment Authorization
    FOIA/FBI Requests
    Travel Documents
    Mock Interviews
    Waivers (I-601 / I-601A)

Mission Statement: To empower Arizona communities through education and human services.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is legal aid?

Legal aid is free or low-cost legal advice and assistance given to those who cannot afford the services of an attorney.

2. Who is eligible for legal aid?

The eligibility requirements for legal aid vary depending on the country or state, but generally, those who have limited income and cannot afford the services of a lawyer are eligible for legal aid.

3. How can I apply for legal aid?

To apply for legal aid, you can either visit your local legal aid office or access their website to fill out an application form. You will be required to provide information on your income and assets, as well as the legal issue you need assistance with.

4. What types of legal issues are covered by legal aid?

Legal aid covers a wide range of legal issues, including family law, criminal law, employment law, housing, consumer law, and immigration law.

5. Can I choose my lawyer with legal aid?

In some cases, you may be able to choose your lawyer with legal aid. However, in most cases, the lawyer assigned to you by legal aid will depend on their availability and expertise in the area of law your case involves.

6. How much does legal aid cost?

Legal aid is either free or offered at a reduced cost, depending on your income and assets.

7. What documents do I need to provide for legal aid?

When applying for legal aid, you will need to provide proof of your income and assets, such as bank statements, tax returns, and proof of benefits.

8. Is legal aid available for international cases?

Legal aid is only available for cases that fall within the jurisdiction of the country or state offering legal aid services.

9. Can I appeal a decision made by legal aid?

If you are not satisfied with the decision made by legal aid, you may have the right to appeal the decision. This may involve filling out an appeal form or attending a hearing.

10. How can I find a legal aid office in my area?

You can find a legal aid office in your area by searching online or contacting your local bar association.