Immigration and Refugee Resettlement Programs
How Catholic Charities Helps
Catholic Charities’ Immigration Program lends a hand to persons and families with immigration and citizenship matters. Our counselors are accredited by the Board of Immigration Appeals and will help resolve issues related to a person’s legal status in the United States that are causing, may cause, or have caused family separation and problems in personal, social and economic adjustment.
If you need assistance with immigration and citizenship matters because:
— of your legal status
— you have not been able to resolve a problem without professional help
— you live or work in the Diocese of Wilmington
you may be able to get help from Catholic Charities.
The program serves those:
— seeking admission into the country
— seeking permanent status
— seeking citizenship
— seeking family reunification
— needing assistance while temporarily in the United States
— renewing USCIS documentation
The Refugee Resettlement Program provides reception, placement and monitoring services for cases assigned through a contract with United States Catholic Conference of Bishops (USCCB).
How To Get Help
Call the location closest to you for help from Catholic Charities’ Immigration and Refugee Resettlement Programs, or if you want more program information.
2601 W Fourth Street
Wilmington, Delaware 19905
2099 S DuPont Highway
Dover, Delaware 19901
Eastern Shore Office/Seton Center
30632 Hampden Avenue
PO Box 401
Princess Anne, Maryland 21853
Click here to send an email for more information.
How You Can Help
Click here to donate to Immigration and Refugee Resettlement Programs using a credit card. You may also send a check to Catholic Charities, 2601 W 4th Street, Wilmington, DE 19805, and designate Immigration and Refugee Resettlement Programs on the check memo line.
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