We provide high-quality, affordable legal services and advocacy for individuals who are eligible under federal law to apply for immigration benefits. Our team of seasoned attorneys and legal professionals assist with various applications and petitions, including family reunification, adjustment of status, visas and naturalization.
Additionally, our Victims of Crime work creates safe paths to status for victims of crime who have escaped violence or trafficking. Through crisis reduction and safety planning, we ensure the security and stability of victims, providing legal assistance and connecting them to key community resources.
Catholic Charities NH has been recognized and accredited by the Department of Justice (DOJ) since 1994.
3 Crown Street, Nashua, NH 03060 | 603-889-9431
Kimberly George has worked as the Managing Attorney for Catholic Charities New Hampshire for over twenty years. She is a member of the Hawaii State Bar Association and the American Immigration Lawyers Association.
She holds a J.D. from Suffolk University Law School and a BA from Purdue University.
In addition to her expertise in all areas of family-based immigration law, Kimberly also provides legal assistance to the Diocese’s international priests. Kimberly works in the Nashua office.
Gaston is an immigration attorney who has worked with CCNH since 2017. Prior to that he served as a part time bilingual intake assistant in 2016. Gaston holds a BS in Political Science from the University of Florida and a J.D. from UNH School of Law.
In addition to his work in family based immigration, Gaston is also the lead legal advocate for the department’s Know Your Rights program. Gaston works out of the Administrative Office in Manchester.
Basra Mohamed has been an immigration attorney at CCNH since 2016. Basra is bilingual with fluency in Somali.
Basra graduated from University of New Hampshire School of Law in 2015. She graduated from Middle Tennessee State University in 2011 with a B.S. in Political Science and Philosophy.
Basra leads our Victims of Violence program through which she represents and advocates for immigrant victims of crime.
Basra works out of both the Administrative Office in Manchester and the Nashua District Office.
Lan Nguyễn Trương is a bilingual (English and Vietnamese) U.S. Department of Justice Accredited Representative. She has served and represented CCNH clients before U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services in family-based visas for 28 years plus and is located at the Administrative Office in Manchester.
She has a Bachelor Degree in Behavioral Science from College for Life Long Learning and continues ongoing immigration legal training with the Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc. (CLINIC).
Gregory Malone is a VOCA Paralegal, working out of our Administrative office in Manchester.
Prior to joining CCNH, Gregory worked at the Division of Children, Youth, and Families (DCYF) in New Hampshire, and before that, at the Department of Children and Families (DCF) in Florida, and was a Guardian Ad Litem in South Carolina.
Claudia Lopez de Cram is a bilingual paralegal for the Immigration Legal Services department of Catholic Charities. She started working at CCNH in 2021.
Claudia graduated as an foreign attorney from the University of the North Saint Thomas Aquinas School of Law in Argentina in 2014. Claudia holds an associate degree in Arts and Sciences in education as an ESL teacher from ATICANA Language School. She also studied translation at ANGLO Cultural Institute of Modern Languages in Argentina.
Claudia work as a paralegal out of the Nashua office. She is bilingual in Spanish.
Megan De Vorsey started working for CCNH in 2021. She is a member of the New Hampshire Bar and is an inactive member of the Georgia Bar.
Megan has a J.D. from the University of Georgia School of Law and majored in French at the University of Georgia. She has worked as a public defender in Georgia and New Hampshire. She also worked as an assistant county attorney for the Merrimack County Attorney’s Office.
Megan works primarily in the Victims of Violence program out of the Nashua District Office.