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Immigration Services at the IRC in Salt Lake City

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The International Rescue Committee (IRC) is recognized by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) to provide high-quality legal assistance at a low cost to all immigrants. In Salt Lake City, two DOJ-accredited immigration specialists work tirelessly with a team of volunteers to provide a variety of services for former refugees, asylees, SIV-recipients, and other immigrants in the community. 

The services offered at the IRC in Salt Lake City include:

  • Legal Consultation & Referrals
  • Adjustment of Status [Green Card, Form I-485 or I-90]
  • Family Petitions [Forms I-130, I-129F, I-730, DS-260, I-864]
  • U.S. Citizenship Applications [Form N-400]
  • Travel Documents [Form I-131]
  • Employment Authorization Document [Form I-765]
  • Temporary Protected Status (TPS) Renewal [Form I-821]
  • Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Renewal [Form I-821D]
  • Renew or Replace Documents
The International Rescue Committee in Salt Lake City helps refugees and immigrants on their path to U.S. citizenship

Sui, right, and her husband, Aung, pose for a quick photo after their U.S. citizenship ceremony in 2018. Aung & Sui's family were resettled by the IRC, worked hard to find jobs, become homeowners and business owners right here in Salt Lake County.

Photo: Christa Cutler/Snap Shop Photos

Appointments & Consultations

Contact our DOJ-accredited immigration specialists to set up an appointment in advance by calling our main office line, +1 801 328 1091, and asking for the "Immigration Team." You can also email your inquiry to Immigration.SLC [at] rescue.org.

Walk-in consultations without an appointment are offered every Friday between 10am to 3pm at the IRC in Salt Lake City office. A $20 fee for consultations may be required.

Appointments and walk-in consultations are held at the IRC in Salt Lake City office located at: 

221 South 400 West

Salt Lake City, UT 84101

Civics & Citizenship Classes

The IRC in Salt Lake City also offers FREE classes for anyone wanting to prepare for the U.S. citizenship exam. No registration is necessary.

The International Rescue Committee in Salt Lake City supports the efforts of refugees and immigrants to become U.S. Citizens
Noella became a U.S. Citizen with support from the IRC in Salt Lake City's immigration team in 2017. Photo: Courtesy of Noella

As of January 2020, there are currently three Civics & Citizenship Education Classes available to attend, including:

Rose Park Neighborhood Center

754 North 800 West

Salt Lake City, UT 84116

Each Saturday from 11am to 1pm.

Sunnyvale Neighborhood Center

3900 South 535 West

Salt Lake City, UT 84123

Each Saturday from 12-2pm.

Sorenson Unity Center

1383 South 900 West

Salt Lake City, UT 84104

Each Monday from 6-8pm. 

Questions? Email us at Immigration.SLC [at] rescue.org.