New Hope

Immigration Services

DOJ Recognized Immigration Services

Reuniting families, one case at a time

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What's my case status?

With New Hope...

If you have started a case with us, you can check your case progress in the online client portal. If you have not created an account, contact your caseworker.

Client Portal

With USCIS...

If you have a filing with USCIS, please use the following link. You will need your receipt number which can be found on the top left of the notice. The receipt number begins with three letters (MSC, LIN, IOE, WAC, NSC, etc...)

Check My Status with USCIS

With DOS/NVC...

If your case has been approved with USCIS and you will be filing a waiver or doing consular processing, you can use the link below. You will need to have your case number that was issued by the National Visa Center. Ester receipt will begin with 3 letters that identify the consulate that handles your case (CDJ, TGG, GTM, PNM, LMA, SNS, etc...)

Check my Status with NVC

Why Choose New Hope Immigration Services?


Years of Experience

New Hope has been helping the community with affordable immigration services for 18 years.  parents, children and siblings have trusted us for 17 years with their immigration legal cases. You can also trust us!

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Exceptional Service

For us, you are not just a client - you are family. Each of our staff sees you as family - not just a client. It's this kind of thinking that pushes us to treat everyone exceptionally. Our team strives to create positive customer experiences and provide excellent service! Our sole purpose is to serve families with a happy and respectful attitude!

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Affordable cost

Here at New Hope, we believe in that being reunited with your family shouldn't cost a fortune. For that reason, we provide our services at a reasonable cost, taking your finances in to cosideration

Cases worked on
in the last decade
Clients helped
in the last decade
New clients
since 2022
15+ years
Providing service
to families

Recent changes

Renewal for TPS Salvador has commenced

It's time to renew your TPS. Failure to do so can result in a deportation.

Family Reunification Parole

On July 31, 2023, the Department of State’s National Visa Center (NVC) began issuing invitations by email and mail under the new family reunification parole (FRP) processes.