IMMIGRATION ADVOCACY AND SUPPORT CENTER
Serving the Southeastern Connecticut Immigrant Community
The Immigration Advocacy and Support Center is a nonprofit organization that provides quality
immigration-related legal services to underserved communities in Southeastern Connecticut.
IASC is funded by grants and donations. It is a registered 501(c)(3) organization.
IASC is not affiliated in with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and the U.S. government.
We are committed to serving vulnerable and low-income immigrants with a great variety of low-cost or no-cost immigration services. If you do not see your type of case below, please contact us. We are here to help all immigrants in every circumstance.
FAMILY-BASED IMMIGRATION APPLICATIONS
SPOUSAL PETITIONS (INCLUDING SAME-SEX MARRIAGES)
CITIZENSHIP AND NATURALIZATION
ADJUSTMENT OF STATUS (“GREEN CARDS”)
RENEWAL/REPLACEMENT OF PERMANENT RESIDENCE ("GREEN") CARD
SPECIAL IMMIGRANT JUVENILES (SIJ)
DEFERRED ACTION FOR CHILDHOOD ARRIVALS (DACA) RENEWAL
REFERRALS FOR ASYLUM AND DEPORTATION CASES
SURVIVORS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
SURVIVORS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING, TORTURE AND OTHER CRIMES
REMOVAL OF CONDITIONS TO PERMANENT RESIDENCE
APPLICATIONS FOR WAIVERS OF INADMISSIBILITY
IASC CLIENT TESTIMONIALS
How Our Services Benefit the Community
Client from Egypt
First of all it was very easy to get there. From the moment my family and I went, they were very helpful and friendly. The process was quick, we met with the lawyer and he was very knowledgeable and helpful. The process was very cheap - only $20 to get all my questions answered. I will definitely use them again and again if I need and will spread the word to my friends. Everyone who answered the phone and met with me were very friendly and extremely helpful.
Client from England
IASC has helped relieved a lot of stress within the immigration process for my family. Having someone with the expertise to help and explain the processes, as well as been readily available to answer questions has been a huge relief.
The process at times can be very overwhelming, but knowing you have people working alongside you has been extremely reassuring and I would recommend their support to anyone.
As a family we felt this was an important step for us, and the decision to move forwards to become a citizen was made easier with the professionalism and emotional support every family needs. I’m generally looking forward to the next step to become a citizen knowing I have the support of my family and IASC behind me.
Mondays - Thursdays: 9:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Fridays - Sundays: Closed