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.

 

“I came from Puerto Rico four years ago. After I arrived in Massachusetts, Center for New Americans helped me to find a job and learn English. Later,  Peg Johnson helped me with the process of enrolling in the certificate nursing assistant (CNA) course at Greenfield Community College (GCC). I graduated from GCC and am now working as a CNA.

“​My advice to new students: speak English all the time, and tell your teacher your goals.  They can guide you to them. Don't give up! You can be what you want to be.’

—Cecilia Acosta

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