Our services are by appointment only. Call 303-795-3968 for a legal appointment and 303-734-8411 for our ELS Program (English classes or tutoring). We accept cash, checks and credit cards for payment.
What to bring to your first legal appointment
- Residency card (Green Card), if applicable
- State I.D. or Drivers license
- Social Security card
- Most recent taxes or proof of benefits
Before your appointment, please complete and sign this Client Registration Form.
|Legal Service||At or below
150% of FPG
|At or below
300% of FPG
|At or below
400% of FPG
|N-400 Naturalization Screening||$50||$50||$50|
|N-400 Naturalization Application Filing||$50||$100||$200|
|N-648 Medical Certification for Disability - Review||$100||$100||$100|
|Representation at the Interview||$100||$100||$100|
|I-90 Green Card Renewal/Replacement||$100||$100||$100|
|N-600/N-565 Certificate of Citizenship or Naturalization||$100||$100||$200|
|I-751 Removal of Conditions||$100||$150||$150|
|I-765 Application for Employment Authorization (stand-alone)||$100||$100||$200|
|One-Time Legal Consultation -no further legal representation||$100||$100||$100|
|ESL online - English as a Second Language Classes||$50||$50||$50|
|ESL Tutoring (Language Partners)||$50 (per 6 months)||$50 (per 6 months)||$50 (per 6 months)|
|International Conversation Circle||Free||Free||Free|
Note: FPL - Poverty Guidelines, commonly referred to as the (FPL). The amounts change based on the number of individuals in the household and the state in which one resides.
Do you qualify for our Naturalization services?
If your HOUSEHOLD income in 2019 is at or below 150% FPL, you pay our lowest fees.
If your HOUSEHOLD income in 2019 is over 150% but at or below the 300% FPL, you must pay our mid-tier fees.
If your HOUSEHOLD income in 2019 is over 300% but at or below the 400% FPL, you must pay our highest fees. We can’t serve you if your household income in 2019 is higher than 400% FPL.
Everyone is eligible for other Immigration Services and ESL classes/tutoring, regardless of income!
To be eligible to apply for citizenship you must:
- Be 18 years or older
- Be a permanent resident for 5 years (3 if married to a U.S. citizen) and have lived continuously and physically in the U.S. for those five years.
- Have knowledge and understanding of U.S. history and government or be willing to learn.
- Be able to read, write and speak the English language, or be willing to learn. *see exemptions below
- Be a person of good moral character.
English Language Exemption
Applicants can take the exam in their native language if they are 50 years old at the time of filing and have lived in the United States as a Permanent Resident for 20 years (the 50/20 exception).
Applicants who are aged 55 or above who have lived as a Permanent Resident in the United States for 15 years can also apply for exemption from the English language test (55/15 exception).
Applicants who are aged 65 years of age and have been a lawful permanent resident for at least 20 years are eligible to study a shorter version of the Civics Test (20 possible questions).
*Thanks to the support of the City of Littleton, LIRC is able to provide these low-cost services to those in need.