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Immigration Services

San Francisco

Immigration Services - San Francisco

The key mission of Catholic Charities Immigration Services is to assist clients in achieving not just legal status and economic self-sufficiency, but in becoming fully active participants in the social and civic life of our communities.

Catholic Charities Immigration Services San Francisco is recognized by the Department of Justice and our staff are accredited or licensed to provide immigration counseling and representation. Through our work, we help immigrants understand the law and to know their rights. Our program is designed to advise and guide clients through the immigration process in an efficient, effective, and professionally caring manner. We serve our clients through a variety of services that include:

LEGAL SERVICES

We provide legal immigration consultations to determine the eligibility of potential applicants.

We reunite families and keep them together through:
   -  Family-based petitions
   -  Adjustments of Status
   -  Consular Processing
   -  Waivers of unlawful presence

We assist victims of crime and persecution through:
   -  U Visas
   -  T Visas
   -  VAWA
   -  Political Asylum

We offer additional comprehensive services such as:
   -  Naturalizations
   -  DACA
   -  TPS
   -  Green Card Renewals and Replacements
   -  FBI background checks
   -  Freedom of Information Acts (FOIA)

OUTREACH & EDUCATION

An informed immigrant will be better prepared to take measures to improve their status and protect their families. Our programs conduct and participate in immigration workshops on a regular basis. We hold Know Your Rights workshops during each one of our consultations clinics. We also active participants in community events and meetings. We focus on informing immigrants about their rights, their immigration options, and also keeping them up to date about the most pressing issues that impact them. Please contact us if you would like an immigration-related workshop or presentation in your organization or community.
 


Offices and Consultations

Catholic Charities offers Immigration Workshops at our offices in San Francisco and San Mateo. At the workshops, individuals can meet with a Department of Justice (DOJ) Accredited Representative or licensed attorney to ask questions about their personal immigration status and learn about what options are available to them.

San Francisco
Consultation fee is $50
Workshop and consultations are held at 2:00 PM every Monday (except holidays) with on-site registration beginning at 8:45 AM.
No appointment is needed, although space is limited to the first 15 people.
Location: 990 Eddy Street, San Francisco, CA 94109
For more information, please call 415 972 1281

San Mateo
Consultation fee is $50
Consultations are held every Monday (except holidays) starting at 8:00 AM
No appointment is needed, although space is limited to the first 20 people.
Location: 36 - 37th Avenue, San Mateo, CA 94403
For more information, please call 650 295 2160

ESPAGNOL:
Caridades Católica ofrece talleres de inmigración en nuestras oficinas de San Francisco y San Mateo. En los talleres, las personas pueden reunirse con un representante acreditado del Departamento de Justicia (DOJ) o un abogado para hacer preguntas sobre su estado de inmigración personal y conocer las opciones disponibles para ellos.

San Mateo
Tarifa de consulta es $50
Las consultas se llevan a cabo cada lunes (excepto días feriados) a partir de las 8:00AM
Espacio es limitado a las 20 primeras personas. No es necesario hacer cita.
Dirección: Location: 36 - 37th Avenue, San Mateo, CA 94403
Para más información llame al 650 295 2160


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