RAD is available for all refugees who:

  • Have been physically present in the US for at least one year;

  • Are applying for a new green card (not a replacement card);

  • Do not have a criminal history; and

  • Have not returned to your home country since receiving refugee status.​

Will there be interpreters? 

  • Yes, we try to have interpreters for as many languages as possible during the event. This is why it is important that you register and inform us of the language interpretation needs so we can make arrangements.


Should you get your vaccinations done before RAD?

  • Yes, if at all possible, please have all required vaccinations and your I-693 completed. It is especially important for all minors to have this completed before attending RAD. See your medical provider to ensure you have the appropriate immunizations completed and documented.

What should you bring with you to RAD?

  • 2 passport pictures

  • Medical Examinations sealed documents

  • Copies of the ORR documents

  • Copy of government issued ID with photo (driver’s license, state ID, school IDs, etc.)

  • Social Security documents

  • List of home and school addresses for each family member

  • Passports

  • Birth certificates (if available)

  • Evidence of one year physical presence in US (lease agreement, paystubs, utility bills, etc.)

Which family members should come?

  • Everyone in your family who is 14 years of age or older must be present.

Do I have to RSVP?

  • Yes. Please RSVP to Marandas Sinlapasai Law Offices at 503-607-0444 and let them know you intend to attend RAD. Space is limited; so call soon to ensure appointment and interpreters.

RSVP to Marandas Sinlapasai Law Offices at 503-607-0444
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