OVERVIEW OF OUR PROGRAMOur Immigration Assistance Program aims to provide high quality, low-cost or pro bono legal immigration services for foreign-born individuals and their families who seek to obtain or extend lawful immigration status or who are seeking citizenship in the United States. We provide consultations to determine eligibility and are committed to helping individuals understand the immigration law and know their rights under the law. Our focus is to assist those who would otherwise not be able to obtain legal representation. Catholic Charities of Northern Nevada’s Immigration Assistance Program is recognized by the Department of Justice and has staff who hold Accreditation to represent individuals in immigration legal matters before the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
OFFICE HOURS / HORARIO DE TRABAJO
Monday-Friday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Our office offers weekly walk-in hours. It is not necessary to make an appointment, but we recommend that you arrive early as space is limited to the first four individuals:
ADDRESS / DIRECCIóN
Immigration Assistance Program / Programa de Ayuda de Inmigración
500 E. Fourth Street
Reno, NV 89512
If you are seeking assistance, the cost of an initial consultation is $50. Consultations are offered during our designated walk-in times. Consultation fees are waived during our Free Consultation Day, which is offered the third Monday of every month, and appointments are offered on a first come, first served basis.
Free Consultation Days for 2020 include:
We offer assistance with the following services:
For more information about Catholic Charities of Northern Nevada’s Immigration Assistance Program, please call (775) 393-3877 today.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE DIRECT ALL IMMIGRATION ASSISTANCE QUESTIONS TO THE PROGRAM DIRECTOR, ANNIE ALLEN
Donate to our Law Library: Monetary donations for book/materials are always welcome OR as you plan your annual law library updates, please consider donating the outgoing/older editions to us.
Donate to our Pro-Bono Fund to support our work with our most vulnerable clients, including victims of domestic violence, asylees/refugees, and homeless clients.
Put your language skills to workand volunteer to help with language translations or assist with administrative tasks in our office.
Attorneys or Law Students interested in human rights, immigration law, serving individuals and families seeking safe haven in the United States, can volunteer to take on pro-bono or low-bono referral cases.