CASA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit community based organization established in 1994 to assist and support immigrants of all nationalities. CASA works to enhance opportunities for immigrants through legal representation and education. CASA focuses its efforts on strengthening immigrant families while helping individuals achieve independence.
CASA strives to protect the rights of immigrants and enhance their well-being and participation in the community. Our organization works to help victims of domestic violence access the means to escape abusive and dangerous situations and achieve self- sufficiency.
CASA’s Core Values
Service, compassion, dignity, responsibility, integrity, and leadership comprise our core values. These values are reflected in our work on behalf of clients and in our partnerships in the community.
Programs and Services
Legal Program: Immigration Assitance, Counseling and Representation, Citizenship Assistance, and Domestic Violence (Visa "U" and VAWA). Some of the immigration assistance CASA offers with the contribution of an immigration attorney and a team of certified paralegals are:
* Adjustment of status (residence)
* Application to extend nonimmigrant status
* Work Permit Application
* Residence card renewal
* Cuban Adjustment
* Re-entry Permit Refugee
* Travel Document
* Visas V and K
* Affidavit Support
Educational Program: CASA offers several seminars and workshops for the community. Some of these events are as follows:
* QuickBooks Training
* Digital Media Workshops
* Computer Literacy Classes
* English Classes
* Homeowership Training: Free of charge
* Financial Literacy Seminars : Free of charge
* Citizenship Classes
Social Program: Income tax Preparation and Employement Assitance.
To know more about events please suscribase to our database here
Clients also can schedule their own immigration appointment with our team of paralegals here