Immigration Program

Center for New Americans offers help with immigration applications.

Some ways Center for New Americans can help:

  • Renew your green card
  • Bring family members to live in the US
  • Change from non-immigrant to immigrant status
  • Remove conditions on your status based on marriage
  • Change your address with USCIS
  • Guidance
  • Application Review
  • Legal Consultations and Referrals (Attorneys Joseph Best and Scott Clark hold information sessions at Center for New Americans in Northampton and work with Center for New Americans staff)​

For more information, contact Maureen at citizen@cnam.org

Center for New Americans is recognized by the Bureau of Immigration Affairs.  Maureen McMahon, Citizenship & Immigration Program Coordinator,  is accredited by the Office of Legal Access Programs.

 

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“Starting a new life in the US, a completely different one, would have been very difficult without all the help and support Center for New Americans provided. CNA assisted me with finding a job when I first arrived to America. My teachers helped me learn and improve my English skills, which led me to go to college. With further guidance from the teachers at Center for New Americans, I enrolled in the CNC program at Greenfield Community College.”

—Hamid Id Abdella

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