Immigration Legal Representation
All potential clients must attend a consultation with the Immigration and Citizenship program to become a client.

To make an appointment for a virtual consultation, call our office at 346.867.3871.

Ability to accept an immigration legal case is based on the facts of each case and our staff’s capacity to manage the case. Please bring all documents that you have related to your case for a comprehensive consultation. Case fees vary depending on the type of case. Below is a list of types of cases that our office accepts when capacity permits:

BakerRipley Gulfton Sharpstown Office

• Citizenship Residency Renewal
• Adjustment of Status
• T-Visa
• Asylum
• U Visa
• Family Petitions
• DACA Renewal
• Non-detained Immigration Court
• Detained Deportation Defense

For questions or inquiries about the types of cases we accept, please call our immigration office at 346.867.3871.

Our program offers Citizenship services to community members free of charge. Come see if you qualify for Citizenship by attending a consultation on Friday at BakerRipley Gulfton Sharpstown Campus or Tuesday at BakerRipley Ripley House. You must bring your permanent resident card (“Green Card”) or other proof of your permanent residence.

To make an appointment for a virtual consultation, call our office at 346.867.3871.

If those dates are not convenient, the Immigration and Citizenship program also hosts Citizenship Forums on one Saturday of the month in different areas around Houston. At our monthly forums, you will receive a legal screening with an immigration attorney to determine whether you are eligible for citizenship. If you are eligible, volunteers will help fill out your form for citizenship. You will also receive educational materials to begin studying for the civics exam.

Citizenship Forums
Community members who think they might be eligible for Citizenship may attend one of our monthly Citizenship Forums to learn whether they qualify. Forums are held one Saturday out of every month at varying locations across Houston.

Citizenship forums are limited to the first 75 people that arrive. You will receive a thorough legal consultation with an immigration attorney to determine whether you qualify for citizenship. If you do qualify, a volunteer will assist you in filling out the required forms for Citizenship, you will be provided with all the information you need to send your packet to USCIS, and receive study materials to prepare for the civics examination during your interview.

Call our office at 346.867.3871 to learn about upcoming Citizenship Forum dates.

Citizenship Classes
The BakerRipley Immigration and Citizenship program also offers a free course to prepare for United States citizenship. The course integrates 40 hours of English Second Language listening, reading, writing, and oral skills and covers civics lessons on U.S. History and Government as required for the naturalization interview. The classes are held on an 8-10 week cycle and offered quarterly at various BakerRipley locations. While in class, students simulate mock interviews, participate in USCIS events, and receive free textbooks and resources to prepare for their interview.

What do I need to enroll in the course?
• Attend registration on the designated date
• Provide a valid permanent resident card during registration
• Speak, read, and write basic English unless;
• Take a pre-exam and a post-exam on a designated date

Visit the USCIS Citizenship Resource Center for comprehensive and interactive study materials to help you prepare for the Naturalization exam.

Curious about what the exam might look like? Take this practice exam now!

Please call our office at 346.867.3871 to learn about the next registration date and class details