Immigration

Helping community members navigate the confusing and intimidating immigration process. Facilitating transition to the United States, reuniting families, securing work authorization and economic security, and seeking legal relief and justice for victims of crimes and abuse.

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Special Alert:

USCIS Agrees to Restore Path to Permanent Residency for TPS Beneficiaries

In late March, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) agreed to restore a path to permanent residency for many Temporary Protected Status (TPS) beneficiaries blocked by then-acting USCIS Director Ken Cuccinelli—an illegally appointed Trump official. Because of the agreement, TPS beneficiaries impacted by this policy will be able to reopen and dismiss their removal orders and apply to adjust their status to become permanent residents— eliminating the threat of deportation if their TPS protections are revoked in the future.

CARECEN intends to be a resource for navigating this new ruling and its effects.

Visit our information hub to read details of the settlement, find information for immigration law practitioners, and more.

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Consultation

 

(Cost: $75)

Schedule an Appointment

At this time, we are only able to accept 10 virtual appointments per week. To secure an appointment with a member of our legal team, please call our office on Mondays. By calling at the start of the week, you will have the best chance to make it onto our calendar.

(202) 328-9799

Affordable and High-Quality Legal Services

Do you need help with an immigration matter?

Our team of attorneys and accredited representatives provide direct services in the following areas:

‣ Family-based immigration applications and consular processing

‣ Humanitarian applications (victims of crime, domestic violence, trafficking)

‣ Adjustments of status to permanent residence and waivers

‣ Naturalization (citizenship)

‣ Brief services including renewal for green cards, Temporary Protected Status, work authorization, and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)

By meeting with an attorney for an initial legal consultation, they will be able to listen and assess your individual situation, review your needs and eligibility, and determine how best to offer assistance. The attorney may then develop a plan of action and create a contract for additional scope as required.

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Since 2019:

238

Citizenship Students

311

Naturalized Citizens

2209

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