The West African Community Council (WACC) is recognized and has staff accredited by the U.S. Department of Justice to provide quality immigration services to low-income constituents. Our program is managed by renewed practitioners who have garnered over 17 years of experience in the field. We represent constituents before the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (USCIS and ICE), the U.S. Department of State, and the U.S. Department of Labor.
Through our immigration support work, the WACC is responsible for preparing all the necessary paperwork for constituents. Preparing the paperwork includes drafting legal briefs/affidavits, researching and documenting applicable case laws, translating documents, collecting supporting documentary evidence, documenting witness statements, etc. Once the paperwork is submitted, we track the progress of each case and follow-up with any further paperwork that is needed.
The services we provide encompass the following benefits:
- Appearing at all interviews with clients
- Pre-petition counseling
- Citizenship application package and civics instruction
- Representing dependents before the National Visa Center
- Petitions for spouse, fiancé, children, parents, and siblings
- U/T visas, VAWA, DACA, and Asylum petitions
- Work visas
- Diversity Lottery (DV)
- Cancellation of removal
- Motions to Reopen/Reconsider/Recalendar
- Non-immigrant visa petitions
- Follow up with U.S. Consulate abroad
- Legal research and writing
- Translation – French to English and English to French
- Mock interviews
Our office hours are Monday through Friday on appointments only.
For more information about our Immigration Legal Program please contact our Accredited Representative Issa Ndiaye via phone at
(206) 349-0892 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org