West Coast MCC programs

West Coast MCC’s immigration program serves immigrant populations affiliated with our constituent churches and surrounding communities. We provide documentation services, and educational learning opportunities through workshops and outreach. 

Our immigration services are recognized by the Department of Justice, and our staff is able to offer initial legal consultations at a low cost. 

Our offices in Reedley and Upland, CA, offer the following services.

  • Legal Consultations
  • Family petitions
  • Adjustments of status (Permanent Residence)
  • Green Card Renewals
  • Removal of Conditional Residence
  • Citizenship/Naturalization applications
  • Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA Renewals)
  • Consular Process
  • Victims of Violent Crimes (U-Visa)
  • Victims of Domestic Violence (VAWA)
  • Employment Authorization

Please get in touch with our office at (559) 638-6911 to make an appointment or email westcoast@mcc.org. 

The MCC Global Center offers the local community a place to learn about and respond to global needs. Community members of all ages are invited to contribute global relief resources like school kits, comforters and relief kits.

West Coast MCC believes that Christians can engage in conflict in ways that restore, heal and bridge broken or strained relationships. Our transformative justice program equips leaders and communities to navigate and process conflict in constructive ways.

Our border and migration program offers opportunities for individuals and groups to learn about the complex realities of people at the U.S.-Mexico border. We also partner with local organizations that provide humanitarian assistance, support and accompaniment. 

Young adult programs in the West Coast are specifically geared toward addressing the needs of youth in our communities and fostering hope, growth and networking.

We offer programs for young adults aged 18-30, as well as programs centered on working with younger at-risk youth.

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