Citizenship & Immigration Services

JFS Citizenship Services help refugees and legal immigrants from many countries become U.S. citizens

The JFS Citizenship and Immigration Program provides a full range of education and representation services.  We have been funded by United States Citizenship and Immigration Services and Project Citizenship since 2011.  Our accredited staff assist and support clients through all phases of their immigration applications, including petitions for legal permanent residence, family reunification petitions to bring family members to the United States, and one on one assistance to those wanting to become citizens.  We also provide free classes to prepare our clients for the citizenship interview.

Need help filling Form N-400: Application for Naturalization?
Interested in attending a class or need more info?

The JFS Citizenship and Immigration Program is here to help.  Due to COVID-19 we cannot meet with you in-person at this time, but we can do applications by phone, FaceTime, WhatsApp, etc.  Please leave us a message at 413.304.2187 and we will call you back as soon as possible.  Stay safe and we will talk to you soon.

El programa de ciudadania e inmigracion de JFS esta aqui para ayudar.  No podemos reunirnos con usted en persona en este momento, pero podemos hacer solicitudes por telefono, FaceTime, WhatsApp, etc.  Por favor dejenos un mensaje al 413.304.2187 y le devolveremos su llamada tan pronto como sea posible.  Mantengase a salvo y hablaremos con usted pronto.

We provide citizenship and immigration services to everyone in our community. 

We can help you:

  • Become a citizen
  • Become a permanent resident (get your green card)
  • Apply for asylum
  • Bring your family to the United States
  • Get travel documents
  • Get employment authorization

We also offer free classes to help you prepare for your citizenship interview.

Contact Robert Radin, JFS Citizenship Program Director 413.304.2187 or email r.radin@jfswm.org.

 

 

Jewish Family Service of Western MA received $250,000 USCIS grant for citizenship services. Click here to read full press release.