Alianza Hispanoamericana NFP, Inc. (Alianza) was founded in 2012 as a way to assist people in applying for immigration benefits. A decision was made for the organization to become 501(c)(3) non-profit organization soon after. It took a few years but, Alianza officially earn its non-profit status on April of 2015. The founders learned for the organization to reach its full potential and properly assist the community members they would have to become a Department of Justice (DOJ) Accredited Agency. It took a few years, but on March of 2018 the organization obtain it DOJ Accreditation. The accreditation states that the organization and its staff are trained to provide up to date information on immigration. We assist in any way possible since the office has become a hub for people in need.

Alianza Program

Report FY19

Alianza is proudly to say we served over 10,000 individuals in 2019 all over Illinois. Alianza represented 1,270 cases with immigration. We filed 473(37%) family-based applications, provisional waiver, and consular processing, 301(24%) naturalization applications, 252(20%) DACA renewals, 208(16%) Lawful Permanent Resident Cards renewals, and 36(3%) U-Visa/Vawa applications.


Alianza announced the partnership with YWCA-Elgin to promote pro-bono citizenship applications and Deferred Action Childhood Arrival renewal applications. YWCA-Elgin provides ESL and Citizenship Classes. Without the help of the community organizations such as the YWCA-Elgin, City of Elgin, Gail Borden Public Library, San Jose Catholic Church of Elgin, and Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights ICIRR who share the same vision.


We want to thank to our partner YWCA-Elgin, community members, staff, volunteers, and donors who have helps us achieve our goals. We hope to continue having your support and vision.

We hope to continue having your support and vision. 

37% Family-Based Application

20% Deferred Action Childhood Arrival

24% Naturalization Applications

16% Lawful Permanent Resident

3% U-Visa/Vawa