Catholic Charities, Diocese of Lubbock is committed to living the Social Gospel as contained in Matthew 25:40 “Whenever you did this for one of the least important of these, you did it for me.”
We take our mandate from the Diocese of Lubbock to serve people of all faiths acting always in favor of the poor while challenging oppression and injustice.
We strive to empower those we serve and those who help us serve to become all they
can become -
"Catholic Charities Diocese of Lubbock, Inc. is a separate Texas Non Profit Corporation having a networking relationship with Catholic Charities USA, one of the largest private networks of social service providers in the country. Each affiliate organization operates under its own mission statement and provides programs and services to respond to the specific needs in its community."
Catholic Charities, Diocese of Lubbock | 102 Ave J, Lubbock, TX 79411 | (806) 765-
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Immigration & Citizenship Mission Statement
To make a positive difference in the lives of immigrants by providing professional legal assistance and reuniting families so they can pursue their highest potential and fulfill their dreams.
Catholic Charities Immigration Director has been with our agency over 15 years and is very knowledgeable on the Immigration system and application process.
We will be helping young people apply for the Deferred Action Application, our fee
is $400. To make an appointment, please call 806-
HOUR OF OPERATION:
Phone Number: 806-
Administrator/Director: Rosario Jimenez
DID YOU KNOW...
In the past year, the Legalization Department of Catholic Charities Lubbock assisted in 1,383 people with a variety of legal services.
There are thousands of interested individuals in the Lubbock area wanting timely and important information on Immigration and the process of becoming U.S. Citizens. Catholic Charities Lubbock
Legalization Caseworkers advocate for the human rights of Immigrants.
Immigrants earn about $240 billion and pay about $90 billion in taxes per year. Immigrant tax payments total about $20 billion more per year than they consume in services. (Federation of American Scientists at ww.fas.org)
The Legalization staff assists these people throughout their citizenship process. The staff also assists children under 18 in these families to obtain their citizenship certificate. A number of the processes the staff helps people with are to assist them in their family petitions and aid family unity. Catholic Charities Lubbock utilizes the services of volunteers in the Legalization Program, working in the reception area, translating documents, and general clerical help. Volunteers in this program benefit by being able to practice Spanish in oral and written forms, as well as, learn some of the basics of Immigration Law.
NOW THAT YOU KNOW...
WHAT IS YOUR HEART CALLING YOU TO DO?
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