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For a full list of the services offered by CRCKY, click here.

For a list of Immigration lawyers  -  click here.

For free Kentucky resources available to immigrants in Kentucky, click on "Where to Find Help"

Click here for a list of other languages our resource packet is available in.  Please email for a copy translated into your preferred language.

CRCKY strives to help immigrants in Kentucky as they work their way through the complex, non-intuitive, and bureaucratic US immigration system. Our mission is to provide wraparound care to immigrants needing assistance as they navigate the immigration system.  Support services include, but are not limited to, legal assistance to stabilize immigration status,  food, clothing, access to medical and mental health treatment, access to furniture and household goods, and transportation access.  CRCKY strives to keep track of evolving client needs and is committed to providing new forms of assistance in response to growing community needs.  Whenever possible, direct assistance is provided to clients, and when that is not possible, clients are referred to other agencies which can assist them.


CRCKY also conducts educational activities, sharing factual information to clients and to the general public about local resources and US immigration. Our multilingual website offers clients a free, frequently updated resource center.  Immigration related workshops and presentations are available to community members upon request.



If you are an asylum seeker, filing for TPS, or on Humanitarian Parole you may in some cases qualify for free health insurance through Medicaid, and food assistance through a program called SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.). Receiving help from these programs will NOT affect your real status and asylum/TPS application.  For more information, click here.  (Multilingual support is available.)


CBP One is a phone application from U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), available to both iPhone and Android users. CBP One is available for land travelers to submit their traveler information in advance.  This must be done before crossing into the U.S.  Travelers entering the US by air or land can use it to apply for and view their I-94 forms.

Fact sheets for CBP One and available from CBP in English, SpanishHaitian  Creole, Portuguese, and Russian.


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Immigrant parents of children 15 and younger are eligible to get passports for their US citizen children, FREE of charge to them, from CRCKY.  Click here to get more information in English, Spanish, French, or Swahili.

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