Legal & Immigration

“Helping immigrants become US citizens and participate fully in civic life; providing legal aids to those unheard voices”

Hanul Family Alliance has been offering citizenship-related programs since 1996 and received the official approval as U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) accredited agency in 2011. The approval allows Hanul’s DOJ accredited staff to practice immigration law and offer extended immigration services at the agency. Immigration services at Hanul include, but are not limited to:

To find more about the above services or to make an appointment, please contact Elaine Han, Immigrations Program Manager, at 847-439-5195 or ehan4@hanulusa.org

Citizenship Application Assistance:

Hanul provides citizenship application assistance to immigrants by providing consultation, fill out applications and follow up on cases. Click the links below for general USCIS guidelines on naturalization applications.

Citizenship Classes and Mock Interviews:

Hanul Family Alliance currently offers virtual citizenship classes and mock interviews to individuals preparing for the citizenship interview. The class focuses on Civics (100 questions), Reading, Writing and basic English skill necessary when going over the application form during the interview. 

Mock interviews are available for Hanul clients and/or students with interview dates coming up within couple of months. For more information about the classes and mock interviews, please contact Dina Ahn, Immigration Service Coordinator, at 847-393-7488 or dahn@hanulusa.org. 

Consulate General Office’s Suburban Outreach Service:

This service is currently unavailable due to the current COVID-19 pandemic. Please contact the Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Chicago at 312-822-9485 for more information. 

In an effort to provide convenient access of the Consulate General services to Koreans residing in the Northern Suburbs area, Hanul’s Mt. Prospect office location has been selected by the Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Chicago to conduct outreach services once a month. 

Please contact the Korean Consulate General’s Office for more information about the services such as the Korean Visa and Passport Renewal, Family Relations Registry, Military Registry, and more.