Citizenship & Immigration ServicesThe Citizenship & Immigration Services is one of only two non-sectarian programs in the state accredited by the Bureau of Immigration Appeals (BIA), a branch of the federal government. Seven accredited caseworkers and a staff attorney are trained to handle immigration matters such as citizenship, petitions for relatives, green card applications, asylum applications, deportation defense, and temporary protected status.
- Largest and longest-running legal immigration service in Rhode Island
- Accredited caseworkers average more than 20 years experience with immigration
- Federal accreditation enables us to represent clients before immigration
- Over 5,000 immigrants, families, and service providers receive services each year
- Feinstein Center maintains an immigration attorney referral list to ensure best services for clients
We are pleased to acknowledge and to thank our many wonderful collaborators including Alan Shawn Feinstein, the RI Bar Association, the United Way of RI, Providence College, Holy Ghost, Liberian Association of RI, Progresso Latino, the Pawtucket Public Library, and Catholic Social Services.
Project Citizenship Clinics
We offer free Citizenship Clinics providing eligibility screening, application assistance, legal referrals and all materials needed to apply for U.S. citizenship. In addition to assisting with the application process, we also help clients apply for fee waivers or low-cost citizenship loans from The Capital Good Fund.
These free clinic are made possible from our partnership with Project Citizenship. Project Citizenship promotes the value of citizenship, removes obstacles to naturalization and provides free, quality services to legal permanent residents to become U.S. citizens.
For information, or to make an appointment, please contact the Citizenship and Immigration Services at 401-784-8600