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Our Mission


"Helping Others Help Themselves"

There are more than eight million lawful permanent residents in the U.S. Our goal is to help lawful permanent residents in our community reach the goal of citizenship by removing barriers to completing the citizenship process.

Programs Offered

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We provide Immigration Workshops, Citizenship Preparation classes, Parenting Education programs as well as fee waiver assistance and attorney consultations to assist in the immigration process.



All the Workshops, Classes and Education programs are put on, in part, by the many volunteers we have working towards our mission. If you can help, please sign up to volunteer at a Bonding event.



We could not do what we do without the support and contributions of our partners, and donors.  Please consider donating  or volunteering to help change so many people's futures.

Bonding Against Adversity is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, Recognized by the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Legal Access Programs.

Our Impact

The accomplishments of BONDING AGAINST ADVERSITY, since its inception through April, 2019, are a result of the passion and dedication of its partners and volunteers.


Applications for U.S. citizenship submitted


Fees Waived for Low Income Participants


New U.S. Citizens




Taxpayer Money Saved by Applicants not having to pay outside fees

Primitivo from Guanajuato, Mexico

I am very thankful for the free classes and all the free help that Bonding Against Adversity gave me. I was not able to apply before because lack of the English language and money. Now, I am a U.S. Citizen and I come to help Bonding at every event that I can to express my gratitude. I feel a great satisfaction and joy in helping other people.

Ciro from Venezuela

I think it was very good that a reliable organization like Bonding helped me with the process, because with them I felt confident that everything would go well, and everything turned out as I expected.

Erasmo from Venezuala

I was a cancer survivor during my entire citizenship process but I became a citizen thanks to the help of Bonding Against Adversity and their best volunteer teachers. At the end of my interview, the officer told me “Congratulations! you passed the interview and now you are a citizen”, and I said … No, I will be a U.S. Citizen at the Oath Ceremony, now I am still a legal resident! Then the officer jumped from his seat and gave me a big hug.