Recognizing the contributions of immigrants and the value of reuniting families, the mission of the CNNC Immigration Services Program is to give affordable access to those who are eligible to immigrate and/or become U.S Citizens and need immigration counseling.

The CNNC provides free legal assistance with the naturalization application including fee waivers and, if qualified, Medical Certifications for Disabilities Exceptions.

Qualifications for Naturalization

To apply for naturalization to become a U.S. citizen, you must:

  • Be at least 18 years of age at the time you file the application;
  • Have been a lawful permanent resident for the past three or five years (depending on which naturalization category you are applying under);
  • Have continuous residence and physical presence in the United States;
  • Be able to read, write, and speak basic English;
  • Demonstrate good moral character;
  • Demonstrate a knowledge and understanding of U.S. history and government;
  • Demonstrate a loyalty to the principles of the U.S. Constitution; and
  • Be willing to take the Oath of Allegiance

To make an appointment, please contact us at 336.334.5411, [email protected], or fill out the form below.

Citizenship Classes

Our partner, the New Arrivals Institute, offers ongoing citizenship classes to help you prepare for naturalization. In these classes, you will learn all 100 civics questions, practice and improve your English reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills, learn the steps to US citizenship, and practice for your naturalization interview. Classes are available during the day or evening both online or in-person at New Arrivals Institute, 2714 West Market St., Greensboro,

For more information about the citizenship classes and to sign-up, please contact Juliet Biemiller at [email protected] or send a WhatsApp message or call 336.525.5340.

DACA Renewal

For a small fee, we offer assistance with Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) renewal. USCIS strongly encourages you to file your renewal request within the recommended 120- to 150-day filing period to minimize the possibility that your current period of DACA will expire before you receive a decision on your renewal request.

When/if USCIS begins processing new DACA applications again, we will also offer assistance with initial applications.

DACA Advanced Parole

DACA holders may travel outside of the United States, with permission from USCIS, for the following purposes:

  • Humanitarian purposes, including travel to obtain medical treatment, attend funeral services for a family member, or visit an ailing relative;
  • Educational purposes, such as semester abroad programs and academic research; or
  • Employment purposes, such as overseas assignments, interviews, conferences or training, or meetings with clients overseas.

In order to receive permission to travel for one of these purposes, you must apply for Advanced Parole. Our office can provide assistance in applying for DACA Advanced Parole.

To make an appointment, please contact us at 336.334.5411, [email protected], or fill out the form below.

Our office provides a host of family-based petition support at low cost. Whether petitioning for a fiancé, a family member already in the United States, or a family member abroad, we can help you with the process. Our family-based services include:

  • Family petitions
  • Fiancé petitions
  • Consular Processing
  • Removal of Conditions on Residency
  • Family based adjustment of status

To make an appointment, please contact us at 336.334.5411, [email protected], or fill out the form below.

Our office provides a wide variety of low-cost and free services for humanitarian-based immigration applications/petitions:

Afghan Operation Allies Welcome Assistance

We provide free assistance to Afghans who entered the United States through the Operation Allies Welcome program. We provide free assistance with the following services:

  • Asylum
  • Asylee Adjustment of Status
  • Special Immigrant Visas (SIV)
  • Family Reunification
  • Temporary Protected Status (TPS)
  • Employment Authorization Document (EAD)
  • Re-parole
  • Travel Documents
  • Humanitarian Parole

Refugee and Asylee Assistance

We provide free assistance to refugees and asylees for the following services:

  • Adjustment of status
  • Employment Authorization
  • Travel Documents

Temporary Protected Status

We provide low-cost assistance for initial applications and re-registration for Temporary Protected Status to qualifying applicants from TPS designated countries. Applications for employment authorization are included in this process.

TPS holders may travel outside of the United States with permission from USCIS. In order to receive permission to travel for one of these purposes, you must apply for Advanced Parole. Our office can provide low-cost assistance in applying for Advanced Parole.

Haitian/Cuban Parolee Services

We provide the following services to Haitians and Cubans who have been paroled into the United States:

  • Employment Authorization
  • Cuban Adjustment of Status

To make an appointment, please contact us at 336.334.5411, [email protected], or fill out the form below.

We provide a variety of other services at low-cost including assistance with:

  • Employment Authorization
  • Travel documents
  • Adjustment of Status
  • Humanitarian Parole

Unfortunately, currently we are unable to provide assistance with the following services. Click the links below for information on organizations in North Carolina who can provide these services:

Contact

The CNNC is recognized by the Department of Justice (DOJ) as an agency that offers high quality, low-cost immigration services, and has two DOJ Accredited Representatives and an attorney on staff.

To make an appointment, please contact us at 336.334.5411, [email protected], or by filling out the form below.

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