Immigration Legal Services
As a non-profit organization, IIMD has proudly served various ethnic communities within the tri-county area for almost 100 years. While we emphasize assisting under-represented families, our immigration legal department assists all individuals in achieving their immigration goals. We provide high quality and affordable services to an internationally diverse and growing client base. Members of our staff are bilingual in Spanish, Arabic, Polish, Croatian, and Serbian.
- Naturalization, Form N-400
- Certificate of Citizenship, Form N-600
- Citizenship Preparation Classes are offered at a variety of locations and times. To register or for additional information, call (313) 871-8600 or email email@example.com.
For general information and a class schedule, click: Citizenship Classes
Assistance with a Nominal Fee
- Family Based Petitions for relatives of U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents
- Applications to Adjust Status
- Consular Processing
- Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and DACA renewal applications
- Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), T and U visas for victims of human trafficking and other crimes
- Fiancé(e) Petitions
- Application to Remove Conditional Residence
- Temporary Protected Status
- Renew or Replace Green Card
- Application for Employment Authorization
- Application to Extend/Change Nonimmigrant Status
- Humanitarian Deferred Action
- Parole in Place
- Waiver for Unlawful Presence
- Freedom of Information Requests (FOIA)
- Other immigration legal matters
We do not practice employment based immigration law. We occasionally accept asylum and removal (deportation) cases. Upon request, we provide the community with referrals in these areas.
What to Bring to Your Appointment
- Civil Documents (Birth Certificate, Marriage Certificate, Divorce Decrees)
- Identity Documents (Passport, Matricula Consular, Driver’s license, Social Security Card)
- Travel Documents (Passports- current and expired, I-94, Border Crossing Card)
- Permanent Residence Card
- Employment Authorization Document (current and/or expired)
- Notices and correspondence from USCIS (immigration)
- For family petitions (green card, consular processing), bring your federal income tax return with W-2, 1099, related schedules, for the latest filing year
If you are petitioning for your spouse, they must also attend the initial consultation with you.