Office of Immigration Services

SERVICES
  • I-485 Status Adjustment (Legal Permanent Resident Card)
  • I-751 Removal of Condition
  • Alien Relative Sponsorship (family member)
  • AR-11 Change of Address
  • I-90 Replacement/Renewal of Permanent Resident Card
  • I-129F Petition for Alien Fiancé
  • I-131 Travel Document
  • I-360 Petition for Amerasian. Widower(s), Special Immigrant
  • I-765 Employment Authorization Document
  • N-400 Naturalization
  • N-600 Recognition of U.S. Citizenship
  • Translation of Documents
Services are offered for a nominal fee for all documented immigrants, refugees and asylees. In addition to aiding clients with their CIS documents, our caseworkers can provide referrals to legal services, social services and ESOL classes for immigrants regardless of status.

CITIZENSHIP
We offer classes for those seeking citizenship twice per year. These classes are designed to prepare participants for the U.S. citizenship examination. Classes are 5-6 weeks in length.
SPECIAL EVENTS

World Refugee Day is an annual event where we, in partnership with the Western Massachusetts Refugee & Immigrant Consortium, welcome and celebrate the people and cultures of those who have found refuge in our area. We remember their journeys & accomplishments as they create new lives for themselves & families in the United States.
WAYS TO HELP
  • Sponsor an immigrant/refugee family.
  • Sponsor the document fees to help family members bring their
    loved ones into this country.
  • Sponsor an immigrant child who needs school supplies supplies/and or uniforms.
  • Donate warm clothing (jackets, hats, sweaters, scarves, gloves, and socks) for the winter.
  • Help teach English to adults/children.
Office of Immigration Services: Edyta Ras
413-452-0626
immigration@diospringfield.org
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