Each of our programs have specific eligibility requirements and ways individuals can access services. Select the program below to learn how you or someone you know can become a client at New American Pathways.

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What we offer:

We can help you apply to become a U.S Citizen and have monthly citizenship events to help you prepare.

Who is eligible:

Take this Quiz to see if you are eligible.

How you get services:

Come to one of our citizenship events, or come to our office during walk-in hours. Or contact us:

By E-mail

By text message: (423) 454-9248 *data/messaging rates apply

In-person by appointment

By phone: (404) 299-6099 ext. 225, 224, 205

When you can get services: 

Citizenship events are monthly and  by appointment

Other things to know:

Our Citizenship Information page has a listing of our events as well as more information on what you need to know to apply to become a U.S. Citizen.

What we offer:

Low cost, high-quality immigration services for refugees and immigrants. We can help with the following:
  • Adjustment of Status (green card)
  • Naturalization (citizenship) CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION
  • Certificates of Citizenship
  •  I-730 Family reunification for refugees and asylees
  • Family petitions
  • Marriage-based green cards
  • Fiance Visas
  • Removal of Conditions
  • Affidavits of Support
  • Renewal/Replacement/Correction of Green Cards
  • Travel Documents
  • Work Permits
  • FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) to get your whole Alien File
  • DACA
  • CAM Parole
  • I-290B Motions to Reopen
  • Document Translation
  • Passport Photos

Who is eligible:

We will meet with any immigrant to help you determine what you may be eligible for.

How you get services:

Contact us in one of the following ways:
    • By email
    • By text message (423) 454-9248 *data/messaging rates apply
    • By phone (404) 299-6099 ext. 225, 224, 205

 

When you can get services:

By appointment.

Other things to know:

Different services have different costs, but we will work with you to get government fee waivers and provide low fees so accessing services is not difficult for you financially. Additional resources that may be helpful:

What we offer:

Special Immigrant Visa (SIV) and Asylees may be eligible for resettlement program assistance.

Who is eligible:

Special Immigrant Visa Holders and individuals with recently approved asylum cases.

How you get services:

Please contact us ASAP via online or give us a call 404-299-6099 to find out more information.

When you can get services: 

Please contact us ASAP via online or give us a call to find out more information. You can also come in during our walk-in hours on Thursdays from 9am-2pm.

Other things to know: 

These services are only for individuals who very recently received asylum or recently arrived with SIV status, so make sure you contact us as soon as possible! The eligibility period is very short. However, SIV and Asylees are eligible for other programs New AP provides, so contact us to learn about how we can help you and your family.

What we offer:

The Resettlement and Resource Navigation Department provides Ongoing Services to eligible clients up to five years in the United States. We provide the following:   job placement assistance, life skills workshops, extended cultural adjustment, healthcare navigation, social services access, and case management for refugees, approved asylum cases, Cuban-Haitian Entrants, Special Immigration Visa holders, and Amerasian clients.

Who is eligible:

Any refugee who has been here for five or less years is eligible for drop in case management support, as well as SIVs, Asylees, Cuban-Haitian entrants, and Human Trafficking survivors

How you get services:

Contact us through our online form or call our office 404-299-6099, or you may call your case manager.

When you can get services:

Call us for an appointment

Other things to know:

Be sure to have your documents available when you speak with us.

What we offer:

Intensive Case Management provides long term support for refugees with special needs for up to a year.

Who is eligible:

Refugees with special needs, including those with health conditions, elderly refugees, single parents, LGBTQ+ refugees and asylees, secondary migrants, and minor children, as well as asylees, SIVs, Cuban-Haitian entrants, and Human Trafficking survivors.

How you get services:

Fill out the online form contact form or call us 404-299-6099 for an appointment to get screened for eligibility

When you can get services:

Contact us for an appointment

Other things to know:

Intensive Case Management services are usually limited to one year and priority is given to refugees within their first two years in the United States.

What we offer:

We can assist with job placements and help you with referrals for additional training and support.

Who is eligible:

Refugees, asylees, Cuban Haitian Entrants, Amerasian, and SIV adults up to five years after arrival. Our Forward program provides support to any refugee or immigrant, regardless of immigration status.

How you get services:

Fill out the online form contact form or call us 404-299-6099.

When you can get services:

Contact us for an appointment

Other things to know:

Please be sure to have all of your documents with you when you speak to us.

What we offer:

We have an afterschool program at Jolly Elementary, Freedom Middle and Clarkston High school (our high school program is managed by a partner agency). All students enrolled in afterschool are eligible for parent school liaison services and enrollment in the summer program.

Who is eligible:

Students at participating schools- Jolly Elementary, Freedom Middle, and Clarkston High

How you get services:

Fill out the student referral form and one of our team members will contact you.

When you can get services:

Bright Futures afterschool programming takes place during the school year, after the school day. Summer Programming takes place for three weeks during the summer. You may send a referral at any time, but prior to the school year offers the best chance to secure a spot.

Other things to know:

Transportation is provided and the services are free.

What we offer:

One on one vocational counseling to help you identify some short and long term education and  career goals and come up with a plan of action.

Who is eligible:

Any refugee or immigrant who has work authorization.

How you get services:

Contact us through our contact form or call us 404-299-6099.

When you can get services:

Contact us for an appointment.

Other things to know:

Fluency in English is required for this program.  See the Forward Cohort section for additional vocational counseling services.

What we offer:

An intensive 12 week program to assist you in advancing in your career. Participants receive one on one counseling, access to vocational counseling workshops, and support from professional community mentors.

Who is eligible:

Any refugee or immigrant with work authorization.

How you get services:

Contact us to learn more.

When you can get services:

Contact us to learn about program details. The program begins every three months with current start dates of 10/1, 1/1, 4/1, and 7/1 each year.

Other things to know:

The Forward Cohort program costs $20, but let us know if the cost is a barrier. Fluency in English is required for this program.

What we offer:

English at Home is one on one, home based ESL tutoring for refugees who desire to improve their English skills but have barriers to traditional classes.

Who is eligible:

Any refugee or immigrant.

How you get services:

Fill out the form or call our office 404-299-6099.

When you can get services:

Lessons occur two hours a week for three months, with the opportunity to extend beyond three months. Once you are matched with an available tutor, you can begin lessons right away.

Other things to know:

Service is dependent on availability of tutors.

What we offer:

PAT is a home visiting program designed to help parents of infants, toddlers and preschoolers with parenting skill building and support. Each family is assigned a parent educator who speaks a language they can understand.

Who is eligible:

Refugees or immigrants with very young children and who speak one of the following languages: Burmese, Chin, English, French, Kinyarwanda, Nepali, Swahili

How you get services:

Contact us using our form or call our office 404-299-6099.

When you can get services:

Home visits are twice a month and workshops are offered monthly.

Other things to know:

We currently have a waiting list for services, but we encourage you to reach out to learn more. This program requires a two year commitment.

What we offer:

We can help anyone seeking to leave an abuse situation with crisis intervention, legal advocacy, emergency relocation and other case management services.

Who is eligible:

Anyone seeking to leave a domestic abuse situation.

How you get services:

Please call or text our crisis line at 404-548- 0757 or fill out our contact form.

When you can get services:

You can call us anytime for assistance. We will provide referrals and match you with an advocate at time of intake.

Other things to know:

We can provide interpretation services to help you with other resources you may need.

What we offer:

The Civic Ambassadors program provides an opportunity for new Americans to gain some intensive training  on civic engagement and organizing, helping them grow as leaders in their community and beyond.

Who is eligible:

Refugees and immigrants, regardless of length of time in the United States

How you get services:

Contact us to learn more. The cohort has not started, but will be launching later in 2020.

When you can get services:

We anticipate this opportunity will be available in late- 2020.

Other things to know:

Contact us if you want to learn more about ways you can volunteer with Civic Engagement.
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Due to COVID-19, our services may be different than what is listed. Please contact us before coming to our office.

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