There are quite a few immigration services in Sacramento.

Citizenship services and organizations

California Hispanic Resource Council (916) 451-7151 Assists with Immigration Processing-Family Visa Petitions, status adjustment, citizenship, and other immigration matters. Self-petitioning visa assistance for battered spouses of United States citizens or lawful permanent residents.

Catholic Charities Immigration Program (916) 443-5367 Immigration counseling, legal representation in Immigration Court and public education in immigration matters. Citizenship services. Legal representatives are accredited by the Federal Board of Immigration Appeals. Emphasis on Hispanic-Americans, but services not restricted.

Mexican Consulate in Sacramento

McGeorge Law School: Immigration Legal Clinic (916) 340-6080 Free legal services provided by McGeorge Law School located on campus. They are not always taking on new clients but will refer you to other legal aid services if they cannot help.

Opening Doors, Inc. (916) 492-2591 Low cost immigration legal services. Citizenship, Green card Applications, petitioning for relatives abroad, Victims of Crime Visas (U-Visa), Trafficking Visas (T-Visa), and Violence Against Women Act Self-Petition (VAWA).

Sacramento Chinese Community Service Center (916) 442-2523 Preparation and assistance for the written INS Citizenship test and oral interview.

Slavic Community Center of Sacramento (916) 485-6410 Slavic social services and cultural orientation; information on education options; immigration services, document preparation, financial, educational assistance and support; citizenship classes and applications, translation and interpretation. Advocate on behalf of the Sacramento immigration community.

US Citizenship and Immigration Services (800) 375-5283 Federal agency administering the immigration and nationality laws as set forth by Congress. Includes examinations for non-immigrant, immigrant, and naturalization applications. Depending on type of application submitted, an interview may be required. Also: Sacramento Application Support Center: (800) 375-5283


California Department of Justice - Fingerprint Services (916) 227-3354 Members of the public can use the fingerprinting services at the DOJ and no appointment is necessary. Applicants are taken on a first-come, first served basis

Mexican Consulate (916) 441-3287 Legal, Visa, Passport and ID services for Mexican nationals

Mexican Consulate in Sacramento

Protection Department (916) 441-0421

Documentation Department (916) 441-2987

San Francisco Passport Agency (877) 487-2778 Passport renewal and new applications for travelers needing foreign visas or traveling within 14 days. General passport information. Foreign visa and foreign entry requirement information. Travel warnings and safety information.

US Postal Service - Passports (916) 263-7131 Passport services for US citizens.


Opening Doors, Inc. (916) 492-2591 Initial resettlement of new refugees through Church World Service Immigration and Refugee program. Provides case management for victims of human trafficking and trainings bringing awareness to the issue. Small loans to refugee populations and financial literacy classes for English and Spanish Speakers.

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