August 26, 2010
DOVER, Del. (AP) ― Catholic Charities will soon offer immigration help at its Kent County office.
Maria Mesias, an immigration specialist, will see people who need assistance with their legal status on Wednesdays.
Catholic Charities spokeswoman Paula Savini says people will be able to get help whether they are seeking legal permanent residency or temporary protected status. She says people will also be able to get help renewing their immigration documents.
Savini says the Kent County office recently received recognition and accreditation from the Board of Immigration Appeals. She says the expanded services will be offered at the office on Walker Road in beginning on Sept. 22.