Utah Immigration Collaborative



Hours of Operation
Monday – Thursday: 8AM – 6PM

The referral line services are available in English, Spanish and telephonic translation for other languages. Please notify the referral line specialist of your language needs and you will be connected with an interpreter.


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Call the referral line for an initial intake screening. You will be asked basic questions to understand the assistance needed.

Please note, all personal information provided to the UIC referral line is confidential and will only be used for the purposes of making the referral and will not be shared without the caller’s permission.
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Once the referral line specialist collects the information needed, your referral will be shared with one of the collaborating agencies that will contact you for a consultation. Please allow up to three business days to schedule a consultation.
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You will be contacted to schedule a consultation either in-person or via a virtual meeting with a DOJ Accredited Representative or an immigration attorney, depending on the type of referral that was made.
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After your consultation with the immigration legal service provider, you may decide whether you want to engage in those services and the immigration legal service provider will provide assistance on sharing next steps to proceed to assist you.

If you are calling outside operating hours or while the referral line is busy, please leave your name, contact phone number, and a brief message to receive a returned phone call within one business day.

Please note, immigration legal services are not provided by the UIC referral line specialist. The partner agency’s DOJ Accredited Representative or Attorney will provide the consultation.


UIC Services Available:

  • Immigration Legal Consultation
  • Family Reunification (I-130, I-730)
  • Citizenship/Naturalization (N-400)
  • Victims of Crime (I-918, I-914)
  • Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals DACA (I-821D)
  • Asylum Petitions (I-589)
  • Deportation Proceedings
  • Permanent Residency (Green Card) (I-485)
  • Work Permits (I-765)
  • Replacement Documents (I-90, I-751)
  • Temporary Protected Status (I-821)
  • Travel Documents and Advanced Parole (I-131)

The list above does not include of all UIC partner immigration legal services provided. Please call the UIC Referral Line to inquire about the immigration legal assistance the UIC partner organizations may assist you with.

Photo of smiling man and woman holding U.S. flags and certificates of U.S. citizenship.
Photo courtesy of the International Rescue Committee SLC


About UIC

Utah Immigration Collaborative (UIC) began in October 2019 with the goal of streamlining interagency referrals to improve efficiency between non-profit organizations and to increase the availability of affordable, accessible and targeted civil immigration legal assistance for refugees, asylees and immigrants currently living in Utah.

Photo of smiling woman holding U.S. flag and certificate of U.S. citizenship .
Photo courtesy of the International Rescue Committee SLC

UIC seeks to improve access to the legal representation critical for traditionally-underrepresented clients to achieve safety and stability, and help ensure administration of equal justice as it relates to immigration legal proceedings.

The UIC provides service outreach and recruits additional partners as immigration legal providers across the state of Utah. Through the streamlined multi-lingual UIC Referral Line and increased capacity of Utah immigration legal service providers, hundreds of underrepresented refugees, asylees and immigrants have improved access to competent pro bono immigration legal assistance and representation.

To increase the state-wide availability of immigration legal services and representation, UIC has developed curated virtual immigration law training curricula tailored to licensed attorneys, law school students, diploma privileged candidates, Department of Justice (DOJ) Accredited Representatives, and paralegals interested in providing pro bono legal assistance on UIC immigration cases.

UIC was founded in partnership with Comunidades Unidas, Catholic Community Services of Utah, Holy Cross Ministries, and International Rescue Committee.

UIC is funded by a generous initial investment from the Utah Bar Foundation.

UIC Partner Organizations

Catholic Community Services
International Rescue Committee


Get Involved


Sign up to provide pro bono legal services. View our comprehensive training materials here. Contact us for placement with respective agencies to contribute your time and talents to the Utah Immigration Collaborative.


Share the referral line number 801-382-9027 with community members in need of immigration legal services.


Donate to ensure critical services remain accessible and financially available to the most vulnerable clients in our communities. To contribute to the UIC please contact Natalie El-Deiry at natalie.el-deiry@rescue.org.



Get in touch

For referral to a UIC partner for immigration legal assistance, please call the UIC Referral Helpline 801.382.9027.

For further information about participating as a legal service provider or volunteer, potential agency partnership, or press inquiries please contact the UIC via this form.

Thank you for visiting the Utah Immigration Collaborative, a partnership of Catholic Community Services, Comunidades Unidas, Holy Cross Ministries, and International Rescue Committee.