Immigration Legal Services

We can help with immigration applications.
How we can help
We can assist you to • Renew your green card • Bring family members to live in the U.S. • Change from non-immigrant to immigrant status • Remove marriage-based conditions on your status• Change your address with USCIS • receive legal consultations and referrals
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Immigration Resources

LEGAL REFERRALS/LOCAL RESOURCES

CENTER FOR NEW AMERICANS IS A PARTICIPATING PARTNER IN THE IMMIGRANT PROTECTION PROJECT (IPP).

The IPP is a coordinated regional effort to provide immigrants in Western Massachusetts with referrals for legal assistance and connections to other services.  It is sponsored by the ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) of Western Massachusetts.

The IPP Call Center is open from 3-7 pm Monday through Friday. Please click here to visit the IPP website. The Call Center number is 413-727-8515!

The Call Center is staffed by bilingual (English/Spanish) intake workers.  Services can be offered in other languages.

LEGAL AID – FRANKLIN AND HAMPSHIRE COUNTIES

Massachusetts Justice Project

Holyoke Office – 413-533-2660

toll-free: 800-639-1209

Western Mass. Legal Services

Greenfield Office – 413-584-4034

LEGAL AID- BOSTON

Lawyers for Civil Rights

(617) 482-1145

The Amherst and Northampton Police Departments will not share information with ICE. Please see their statements:

Amherst 

Northampton 

​The Immigration Advocates Network – https://www.immigrationlawhelp.org – maintains a national directory of more than 950 free or low-cost nonprofit immigration legal services providers in all 50 states. (Center for New Americans has a partial list of immigration professionals in our area.)

Be aware of scams by service providers. Use competent immigration help, such as mentioned above.

People should know their rights when in contact with an immigration agency.

MORE RESOURCES

Informed Immigrant is a continuously-updated resource site for immigrants and allies across the United States.

Attorney General’s Hate Crime Hotline: 1-800-994-3228

(If you feel you are in immediate danger, call 911) 

List of Referrals in Massachusetts

Free Immigration Clinic in Cambridge 

IF FRIENDS AND ADVOCATES WANT TO GET INVOLVED​

The Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy (MIRA) Coalition  promotes the rights of immigrants and refugees.

​ACLU of Massachusetts has up-to-date information on issues important to immigrants and refugees.

413 Staying Connected is a local advocacy group.