Welcome Center for Immigrants

Church-service missionaries are available to provide personalized assistance to immigrants and their families in Spanish and English. These missionaries provide support and referrals and connect individuals and families with local resources such as medical care, legal assistance, food and housing, employment, education, tax preparation, and behavioral health.

In the news: "'Empower them with hope' at Mesa Welcome Center for Immigrants", LDS Church News, Dec. 28, 2017.

Classes and Workshops

Cultural Adaptation Classes

These weekly classes are provided to help immigrants overcome challenges faced as they adjust to living in the United States. Classes are offered in communication, justice system, education, financial/identity fraud, community, transportation, medical, work, parenting, and behavioral health.

Immigration Workshops

A quarterly workshop is offered as a comprehensive immigration outreach to address topics such as citizenship, naturalization, family petitions, family emergency plans, fraud prevention, immigration policies, and accessing pro bono immigration legal services.

Immigration and Family Law Legal Clinic

This monthly clinic provides brief one-on-one advice and counsel on issues related to immigration and family law. This free service is provided by English- and Spanish-speaking attorneys.