Immigration Services

The Immigration Team is a program of Catholic Charities that is recognized by the Board of Immigration Appeals of the Department of Justice. Mr. Alex Arevalo, Program Manager, is accredited by the same to represent clients before the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (the former INS) in matters of immigration.

The Immigration Services program provides affordable counseling and legal assistance to newcomers throughout Fairfield County regardless of race, religion, sex, creed or economic status. Catholic Charities Immigration Services provides consultation on immigration related problems, and accredited representation at USCIS Immigration appointments.

Service for the following is available by appointment: 

  • GREEN CARD (Lawful Permanent Residence)
  • FAMILY VISAS (Petitions/Adjustment of Status)
  • FAMILY UNITY (Legal Status for family members of U.S. Citizens and LPRs)
  • TRAVEL DOCUMENT (Re-entry permit/advanced parole)

Service fees are nominal, and donations are always welcome. You can make a donation online from our homepage. Our services are conveniently located through our two locations:
238 Jewett Avenue in Bridgeport & 174 Richmond Hill Avenue in Stamford

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The Catholic Church in the United States has been closely involved on issues related to immigration for over two hundred years. This video highlights the efforts that the Church has undertaken in the past and continues to do so in the present. Advocating on behalf of immigrant communities and providing pastoral support is central to the Church’s work.

Contact Info

Catholic Center
238 Jewett Avenue
Bridgeport, CT 06606

Current clients & Spanish speaking only
(203) 416-1306

New appointments & English speaking only
(203) 416-1311

Fax: 203-373-0835

Program Hours

Monday-Friday 9:00am-5:00pm
Evening appointments also available.


Administrative Offices: 238 Jewett Ave Bridgeport, CT 06606

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