immigration resource center

The 1999 guidance on public charge (the policy that was in place before the 2019 public charge rule) is now in effect. It is safe for immigrants and their families to access health, nutrition, and housing programs for which they are eligible. LEARN MORE

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Immigration Resource Center

The Immigration Resource Center provides free legal counsel and assistance for immigrants and their families. Services are accredited and fully confidential based on your needs and regardless of your legal status. We also offer help to become a U. S. Citizen.

We Will Help You!

Immigration Laws

We will help you navigate immigration laws and regulations.

Legal Assistance

We offer free assistance for applications and petitions to the U. S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).

Application Assistance

We will help you apply for Green Cards (legal permanent residence), work visas, family reunification, temporary protected status, naturalization, visa renewals, and more.

Citizenship Preparation

We offer free citizenship preparation classes. Staff will assist you as you follow the steps from classroom, to interview, to taking the Oath of Allegiance.

Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)

We will help you petition for immigrant status under the Violence Against Women Act.

Referrals

Learn about public benefits and community resources available to you.

Public Awareness Events

Staff attend community events and meetings to inform the public about Immigration Rights and Immigrant Resource Center Activities.

Bilingual Staff

CACCI is committed to providing culturally sensitive and linguistically appropriate services. Currently we have Immigration Center staff who speak Spanish and Bulgarian and a range of Eastern European languages. Other languages are represented throughout the organization.

Thirteen immigrants officially become new U.S. citizens in a special naturalization ceremony on Flag Day at the historic Betsy Ross House in Philadelphia

Do You Want to Become a U.S. Citizen?

Free Citizenship preparation classes. Citizenship Interview & test preparation. Assistance with Naturalization Form (N-400), fee waivers, disability exceptions.

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We’re Trained to Help You!

To set up an appointment or for more information, call 508-771-1727 Hyannis, MA and ask for the Immigration Resource Center. Bilingual staff available Monday through Friday.

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