Our mission is to serve and inform the immigrant community in Arizona about matters of immigration and immigrants’ rights.


  • Masks must be worn to come in our office.

  • Only persons necessary to preparing your application will be admitted.

  • Please do not bring children.

  • Please do not come to our office if you have tested positive, have a fever, or have other potential symptoms of Coronavirus, or if you have tested positive until your physician tells you it is safe to be around people.

  • You are encouraged to call 602-254-5605 to schedule an appointment.

  • You also may email us at fuentemissions.info@gmail.com. Please include your phone number.



On June 4, 2020 USCIS resumed scheduling appointments for certain non-emergency face to face services to the public. 

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All appointments and non-emergency services remain suspended at all U.S. embassies and consular posts.

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Know Your Rights

Priority Dates

Become a U.S. Citizen



Thursday, June 18, the Supreme Court prevented President Trump from ending Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program citing procedural errors by the Trump administration that violated the Administrative Procedures Act (ADA). At Fuente Missions, we will continue to assist DACA recipients to renew their status while we await further guidance and instructions regarding initial DACA applications.

On July 20, pursuant to the Supreme Court’s decision, the Federal Court in Maryland, ordered the CIS to reinstate DACA “to its pre-September 5, 2017 status”–the date on which President Donald Trump ordered its termination. This means that the CIS must now accept initial applications (in addition to the renewal applications they were already processing) for deferred status under the DACA program.

To communicate to Congress the need for a permanent solution for Dreamers, you are encouraged to contact your senators and your representative in Congress via:





Listen to the Fuente Missions Program on  KNUV 1190 AM and 107.5 FM in Spanish every FRIDAY fromto 4 p.m.

Via internet click here: KNUV

To call the program on air: (602) 759-1910



During the coronavirus pandemic, it is highly recommended to vote by mail.

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Become a U.S. Citizen!

Permanent residents can apply for U.S. citizenship in five years.

Permanent residents who are married to a U.S. citizen can apply in three years if they are married to and living with a U.S. citizen during those three years.


Fuente Missions charges $200 to prepare Form N-400, Application for Naturalization.


Citizenship and Immigration Services and the Smithsonian Institute have a new online resource to aid in preparing for the citizenship test.

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For El Salvador, Haiti, Honduras, Nepal, Nicaragua and Sudan, TPS status and employment authorization is extended to January 4, 2021.

This extension is automatic for persons who continue to be eligible for TPS. Persons who want a new employment authorization document valid until January 4, 2021 have the option of filing form I-765 with $410 fee. 



Adjustment of Status for TPS (Immediate Relatives of a United States Citizen)

The Federal Court of Appeals 9th Circuit, in the case of Ramírez v. Brown, ordered that persons with TPS are considered to have been “inspected and admitted” and as such they satisfy the requirements of being considered nonimmigrants for purposes of adjustment of status in the United States.  This means that persons with TPS who are immediate family members of a citizen can apply for permanent residence in the United States without having to appear at a United States consulate or embassy in their country of nationality.

WARNING: Persons who have had a case in Immigration Court should take care their case is properly concluded before applying for Adjustment of Status.


December 2020 ~ Priority Dates

IMPORTANT:  There are two dates in each category.  The date on top in black type is the priority date for which an immigrant visa number is available. The bottom date (in red parentheses)  is the date for which CIS will accept applications for adjustment of status in this month. However, CIS is accepting adjustment applications in categories that have a “C”.



1st 15SEP14   (22JUL15) 15SEP14  (22JUL15) 15SEP14  (22JUL15) 08JAN98   (22FEB00) 15DEC11   (08OCT12)
2A          C   (01AUG20)          C   (01AUG20)           C    (01AUG20)            C   (01AUG20)            C   (01AUG20)
2B 08JUL15   (01MAY16) 08JUL15 (01MAY16) 08JUL15 (01MAY16) 08APR99  (01DEC99) 01AUG11   (01APR12)
3rd 15JUN08   (01JUN09) 15JUN08   (01JUN09) 15JUN08  (01JUN09) 01AUG96   (15AUG00) 15FEB02   (22DEC02)
4th 22SEP06   (15SEP07) 22SEP06 (15SEP07) 08MAR05   (22NOV05) 22JUN98   (22APR99) 01JAN02   (01SEP02)

*All countries not specified.

** “C” means current for all priority dates for that country in that category.

First: Unmarried Sons and Daughters of Citizens: 23,400 plus any numbers not required for fourth preference.

Second: Spouses and Children, and Unmarried Sons and Daughters of Permanent Residents: 114,200, plus the number (if any) by which the worldwide family preference level exceeds 226,000, and any unused first preference numbers:

A. Spouses and Children not married and under age 21: 77% of the overall second preference limitation, of which 75% are exempt from the per-country limit;

B. Unmarried Sons and Daughters age 21 and over: 23% of the overall second preference limitation.

Third: Married Sons and Daughters of Citizens: 23,400, plus any numbers not required by first and second preferences.

Fourth: Brothers and Sisters of Adult Citizens: 65,000, plus any numbers not required by first three preferences.

Source: https://travel.state.gov/content/visas/en/law-and-policy/bulletin.html


Provisional Waivers Extended to Relatives of Permanent Residents

On July 29, 2016, the CIS announced that begining August 29, 2016,the provisional waiver (on Form I-601A) will be made available to relatives of lawful permanent residents who face a three- or ten-year bar due to their anticipated exit from the U.S. to attend their interview appointment after being unlawfully present in the United States for more than 180 days or more than one year, respectively.  Before this only immediate relatives of U.S. citizens were allowed to request the provisional waiver.

The provisional waiver is only available to applicants facing the three or ten year bars described above who can show that their absence from the U.S. will cause “extreme hardship” to a spouse or parent who is a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident, and it is submitted from within the United States before appearing for the interview.  It may be used when this is the only condition of inadmissibility.  Persons facing other conditions of inadmissibility must apply for a waiver at the Consular Post from outside the United States.


Know Your Rights

  • You have the right to maintain silent.

  • You have the right to speak to an attorney.

  • You do not have to open the door of your home to admit any government official unless that official presents a search warrant signed by a judge.