by Capital Good Fund
Whether you’re looking to apply for citizenship, secure or renew your Green Card, petition family members to come to the U.S., pay for an immigration detention bond, or take any number of other immigration steps, it can cost several hundred to several thousands in legal costs and government fees. Our Immigration Loans affordably cover these costs so you can focus on your case instead of worrying about paying a high-interest loan or spending down your savings. And we’ll help you build your credit score while saving you money on interest!
WHERE TO START?
First, you’ll need to identify the needs of your particular situation. Meet with an accredited attorney or nonprofit that handles immigration. They’ll figure out your next steps and tell you how much it will cost you. Once you know the amount of money you need, you’ll come to us and get your loan!
NOTE: Beware of “notarios” and others who may try to scam you out of your money. Because we only work with accredited nonprofits or immigration attorneys, you can avoid the dangers of such predators and have the smoothest, safest experience possible.
$1,501 to $20,000 • 15.99% Annual Percentage Rate
No closing fee or down payment. Monthly repayment over 48 months. Example Lifetime Cost: A $1,501 loan costs $2,041.44. How much is my monthly payment?
WHAT DO I NEED TO APPLY FOR A LOAN?
- Have a bank account
- Reside in one of the following states: Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Florida, Delaware, Illinois, Texas, Colorado, New Jersey, Connecticut, Georgia, Pennsylvania
- Have an income
We will need the following documents after you submit your application:
- Two months’ bank account statements (3 months if you are applying for $2,000 or more)
- A referral form from a community agency or immigration attorney providing proof of eligibility for the immigration step you seek to take.
- If the purpose of the loan is to pay for an immigration detention bond, we instead require a copy of the judge’s immigration order, and we may ask for additional documentation.
- Copy of government-issued ID
- We may ask for additional documents after you apply