Holy Cross Ministries is dedicated to helping immigrant families participate in the community and gain self-sufficiency. Recognizing that there are limited accessible resources for low-income families in Utah, The Legal Immigration Program operates Utah's first and largest U-Visa program for victims of crime and has helped over 10,000 men, women and children gain some type of legal status since opening in 2000.
HCM's Legal Immigration Program offers the following services
- Legal support for immigrant victims of violence
- Support for Humanitarian and Temporary Status applicants
- Family Reunification assistance
- Citizenship services
Program Hours and Location
Services are offered BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. To schedule an appointment, please call HCM's Client Support Specialist (801-261-3496). Because the line is often very busy, it is important to leave one message with your contact information and reason for your call.
The Legal Immigration Program is located in Holy Cross Ministries' offices at:
860 East 4500 South, Suite 204
Salt Lake City, UT 84107
Due to the announcement on September 5, 2017 that the DACA Program will be rescinded, Holy Cross Ministries is taking steps to provide every assistance possible to those who are still eligible to renew their work permits. New applications for DACA are no longer being processed by the US Government, as of September 5, 2017; however, current individuals covered by DACA whose work permits expire anytime on or before March 5, 2018 will be able to renew as long as the petition is filed by October 5, 2017. Holy Cross Ministries has made immediate appointments available for DACA renewal in order to assist those who are eligible. Please call 801-261-3440 and speak with the Client Support Specialist to schedule a free appointment.
Help Support Our Families
Holy Cross Ministries works to ensure that everyone is able to participate fully in this community. Many individuals and their families face barriers such as language, culture, abuse, and location. Your support helps us continue offering low-cost services to a critically underserved-population.