Community Resource Guide: Immigration Assistance


The Right to Immigration Institute (TRII-pronounced “Tree”) provides: Comprehensive Immigration Benefit Screening, Naturalization, Affirmative Asylum Petitions, Defensive Asylum Petitions, Convention Against Torture (CAT) Relief, Temporary Protected Status, Diversity Lottery, VAWA. T and U Visas

24 Crescent St. Suite 201, Waltham, MA, 02453

781-891-6689 ext.207


Immigration Referral List

List of various nonprofit immigration service providers in MA, including those specializing in children/youth.


Saint Mary’s Church/ La Iglesia de Santa Maria
Immigration Center John Paul II

30 Pond St.
Waltham, MA, 02451
Phone: 617-871-7544


Centro Presente
This organization provides support in the form of adult education and legal help to immigrants from their office in East Boston. 

12 Bennington St. Suite 202
East Boston, MA, 02128
Catholic Charities
Catholic Charities helps recent immigrants and refugees through transition programs and their own education opportunities.

270 Washington Street
Somerville, MA, 02143
Greater Boston Legal Services
A supportive and multilingual law office in Boston that helps with immigration issues among other things.

197 Friend Street
Boston, MA, 02114
International Institute of New England
Offers citizenship classes for those seeking to take the exam.

1 Milk Street, 4th Floor
Boston, MA, 02109

15-17 Warren St, 2nd Floor
Lowell, MA. 01852
Community Legal Services and Counseling Center
Provides legal services and counseling support to immigrants.

1 West St.
Cambridge, MA, 02139
Massachusetts Immigration and Refugee Advocacy Coalition (MIRA)
Offers legal assistance, advocacy, and refugee support as well as community activism and political campaigns that support the needs of immigrants.

105 Chauncy Street, #901
Boston, MA, 02111
Jewish Family and Children Services
Offers "New American Services" to help with naturalization. This includes many resources for Russian immigrants in particular.

1430 Main Street
Waltham, MA, 02451