Immigration Legal Services

Guiding Individuals & Families On Their Path to Citizenship

Immigration Legal Services

Guiding Individuals & Families On Their Path to Citizenship

We provide high-quality, affordable legal services 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, but not limited to, adjustment of status, visas, naturalization and family reunification.

Additionally, our Victims of Crime work creates safe, legal pathways for victims 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.

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  • Relative Petitions
  • Adjustment of status and consular processing (green card applications for those in the U.S. and abroad)
  • Naturalization or Citizenship
  • Legal assistance to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and other crimes

Past Year:


individuals provided with legal services and referrals.


countries of origin among our clients.


new cases opened in the past year.


Nashua, NH
Manchester, NH

Meet Our Team

Kimberly A. George, Esq.

Gaston Gros, Esq.

Basra S. Mohamed, Esq.

Lan Nguyễn Trương

Raquel Lopez

Claudia Lopez de Cram

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Articles & Resources

Responding to COVID-19: Immigration Legal Services

Discover how CCNH's Immigration Legal Services has innovated and adapted to meet the needs of immigrant communities during the pandemic.
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CCNH Difference Makers – Kim George

Kim George, managing attorney for our Immigration Legal Services, has been with Catholic Charities New Hampshire for 25 years.
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CCNH Awarded $146K Grant to Protect Immigrant Victims of Crime

The funding will allow CCNH provide specialized legal services that assist immigrant victims of domestic violence, human trafficking and other crimes.
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