by appointment only
English and Spanish
Office Phone: 707-266-1568 ext. 401
Office Fax: 707-266-1622
Office Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
International Institute of the Bay Area
1820 Jefferson Street
Napa, CA 94559
The International Institute of the Bay Area's (IIBA) Napa Office provides immigration legal services to the Bay Area community. Our immigration attorney, Madeline Feldon, and Board of Immigration Appeals Accredited Representatives[?]What is this?
A BIA accredited representative is a non-lawyer who has been granted permission by the Board of Immigration Appeals to represent immigrants on behalf of a recognized organization, such as IIBA.
Learn more . . . help Bay Area residents determine if they are eligible for immigration relief, and represent them throughout the application process. Scroll down for a list of services offered at our Napa Office, and for the calendar of events / workshops our Napa Office is putting on.
Learn about the International Institute of the Bay Area, a nonprofit organization specializing in affordable immigration legal services.
General Immigration Consultations (appointment) ($30)
The Napa Office offers general immigration consultations by appointment on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of every month. Please call 707-266-1568 to make an appointment. The consultation fee is $30.
Citizenship Workshops (registration) ($50)
Citizenship Workshops occur monthly at different times. For $50 we provide a presentation, individual consultations, eligibility screenings, application assistance, attorney review and representation for those who qualify, express mail, and study materials. If you want to know when the next workshop is and how to register for it, please contact: Outreach Coordinator Noemi Degante at 707-738-3345 or email@example.com, or visit napacitizens.org.
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Services
DACA Information Sessions (drop-in) (free)
Monthly DACA[?]What is this?
Immigrants who came to the United States as children and who meet certain requirements may be eligible for protection under Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). While DACA is not a pathway to citizenship, it provides certain protections to qualifying immigrant youths. These protections include relative safety from deportation for two years (subject to renewal), and employment authorization.
Information Sessions are provided every second Wednesday of the the month. At the information sessions, hopeful applicants and family will learn about what DACA is, the benefits, qualifications, what to expect, and how we assist in the process. Following the information session, individual appointments are scheduled.
Citizenship Classes (registration) (free)
We offer free English as a Second Language (ESL) classes that emphasize speaking and cover United States government, history, and civics, all topics tested during the naturalization interview.
Visit our List of Services page for a more detailed list of the services our offices provide.