ASIA provides comprehensive immigration legal services to low– and moderate-income immigrants and refugees. Available services include, but not limited to
- Consular Processing
- Applying for a US citizenship
- Applying/renewing a green card
- Change of non-immigrant visa status
- Immigration case follow-up with USCIS representation
- Family-based immigration case including fiancée (K) visa
- Humanitarian immigration benefits: Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) Self-Petitions and U/T Visas
Consult with an immigration lawyer today! Our team of experience lawyers and immigration professionals will help you with your citizenship application. For legal assistance, the following documents are required:
- Green Card and all passports since obtaining a green card (I-551 Permanent Resident Card)
- School and employment history from the last 5 years
- Criminal history, if applicable (arrests, citation, charges and/or conviction regardless of the case result (e.g. final court disposition, arrest records)
- Information about recent trips outside the United States and Canada
- Residence and employment information from the last 5 years
- Material history and/or children’s information, if applicable* (full name, date of birth, address, immigration status information, alien number)
- State-issued identification, and Social Security number
- Most recent income tax documents including W2, and/or proof of public assistance (e.g. Food Stamps, Medicaid, SSI)
Funded by the United States Citizenship and Integration Services (USCIS), ASIA offers citizenship and civics classes, and provides eligible lawful permanent residents (LPRs) with legal immigration assistance to become naturalized citizens. These classes are available throughout Northeast Ohio and are focused on preparing individuals to take the oral and written citizenship tests. In addition, participants have an opportunity to learn more about American history, how the U.S. government operates, and other important aspects of civics education. The program offers assistance to LPRs to prepare their N-400 applications and to assist them in preparing for their citizenship interviews and tests. The project works in partnership with Cleveland Catholic Charities’ Office on Migration and Refugee Services, Community Legal Aid and the Legal Aid Society of Cleveland.
Interested in Citizenship Classes? Complete the intake form HERE!
Acknowledgment & Disclaimer
With the permission of Ohio State Bar Association (OSBA), the translation of these LawFacts Brochures was completed by Asian Services In Action, Inc., which was financially assisted by the Ohio State Bar Foundation (OSBF). The views expressed herein do not necessarily represent those of the Ohio State Bar Foundation.
The LawFacts pamphlet series provides general information for consumers about the most commonly encountered legal issues.
Some of the LawFacts pamphlets have been translated from English into several Asian languages by Asian Services in Action, Inc., with funding from the Ohio State Bar Foundation. Asian Services in Action, Inc. is not an affiliate, subsidiary, or related person or entity to the Ohio State Bar Association. The Ohio State Bar Association makes no representations or warranties as to the accuracy or completeness of the translations. Please be aware that the translation process may have affected the accuracy of legal meanings. The LawFacts pamphlet series is not intended to be a substitute for legal advice concerning specific situations. For legal advice, you should always consult with an attorney who has knowledge of the law that applies to your particular situation and jurisdiction.