Immigration & Citizenship Services

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The CC Immigration Program is accredited by the Department of Justice (DOJ) to represent individuals and families before the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). Our bilingual staff (English/Spanish) assists people to better understand their legal status and determine if they are eligible for any immigration benefit.

Our Immigration team is also available to provide immigration services through online appointments

We are currently providing the following services below:

Family-based Applications
Consular Process
Adjustment of Status
Adjustment of Status for Refugees and Asylees (with asylum granted)/Asylee-Refugee Relative Petitions
Green card Renewals and Replacements
Application for Temporary Protected Status
Applications for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (only Renewals)
Application for Employment Authorization Document
Fiancé visas
Travel Documents
Advance Parole
Freedom of Information Act Requests (FOIA)

Should you need to schedule a Consultation Session regarding any of the services above, please click here.

Please note that the purpose of the consultation is to evaluate your eligibility for immigration relief, answer your immigration legal questions, and/or provide legal guidance on the relevant matter.

Our Consultation Fee is $50.00. Once your appointment is scheduled, one of our staff will be communicating with you.

Our program does not represent cases related with U and/or VAWA visas nor represents individuals in removal proceedings. See our Referral List for more assistance.

Do you need to make a payment for our services?

Please follow the link below to complete payment for immigration services through Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Charlotte.
on-line payment

If you have any questions, please contact: Anggie Fernandez:

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The Immigration Program with Catholic Charities Diocese of Charlotte offers legal immigration services to born and foreign-born individuals in the United States and their family members overseas with matters before the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Department of State (DOS).

Our mission is to reunite families, assist immigrants already in the United States to obtain all immigration benefits to which they are eligible for, and assist qualified Legal Permanent Residents to become United States Citizens.

Immigration Staff:

Anggie Fernandez
Program Supervisor
DOJ Accredited Representative (DHS only)
704-370-3219 (office)

Maritza Solano- Rodriguez
DOJ Accredited Representative (DHS only)
336-714-3212 (office)

Note: Phone calls are returned within the 24-48 hrs.

Community Sessions and Workshops:

You can find information about these activities here.

Additional Resources:

Hispanic Ministry-Asheville Vicariate

128 Civics Questions and Answers