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iacoimmigration    CENTER CITY MALL, 301 Main Street, Suite 401, Paterson, NJ 07505

Through its five programs, IACO provides legal advice on immigration and tax obligations such as filing the tax return, advice and representation in immigration procedures before the Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS), gives seminars and conferences, participates in community and civic campaigns, while creating and developing projects that facilitate the integration of immigrants into society.

Immigration and Citizenship Program

This program was created to advise, assist and represent immigrants in their immigration procedures before the Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS), related agencies and departments. Through this program, IACO assists US citizens and legal permanent residents, who want to bring their families, in the process of family reunification. IACO accompaniment does not end with adjustment of status, that is, when the immigrant acquires residency, but continues until the immigrant acquires US citizenship.

Immigrant Integration Program

The general purpose of this program is to educate all the different agents of society: government entities, civil society, non-profit organizations, consular delegations and immigrants in general, about the importance of facilitating and speeding up the process of integration of the new immigrants to society. In addition, help immigrants to identify their responsibilities, obligations and rights before society so that they can participate in the creation of a safer, more stable and just society.

Education and Training Program

This program is designed to help immigrants who have little English proficiency and want to prepare to apply for US citizenship.

Benefits for Older Adults

Program focused on identifying and referring public services and programs for people over 55 who speak Spanish through our website:

Tax Program

Taxes are an important issue when opening an immigration case. For this reason, the IACO tax program is focused on guiding and assisting the community. Our program is authorized by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to electronically prepare and submit tax returns.
If you need help with the ITIN application and the preparation of the tax return, come to our offices.

Hispanic Women's Resource Center

Despite their high participation in the labor market, Hispanic women face significant barriers to accessing better economic opportunities. To address this situation, our program aims to provide holistic support through the following services: work permit eligibility assessment; skills assessment and employability improvement; and job search education and training.

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