Liberty activism is a huge catalyst encouraging migration to New Hampshire with the FSP. For many the term conjures up images of campaigning for office, organized rallies, and freedom festivals. While those things have great value, and may be exactly what some movers are looking for, activism can take a more low key approach too.
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Experience freedom in New Hampshire at PorcFest, June 2022.
- - Do you need more time to decide before you apply for a Green Card or to become a U.S. citizen? Visit New Hampshire withVisit New Hampshire with a J-1 Visa! If you have the right skills, maybe you’ll find a spouse or an employer who’ll sponsor you while you’re here!
- - General tips for filling out forms with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.
- - Frequently Asked Questions about US Visas.
- - If you need help processing your visa application, contact the USCIS Application Support Center for NH.
- - The International Institute of New England helps refugees and immigrants with resettlement, case management, health and mental health service navigation, employment, education and literacy, and civic engagement. Contact their Manchester office for assistance (firstname.lastname@example.org; 1-603-647-1500).
- - You may be eligible for low-cost immigration counseling and legal representation through Catholic Charities New Hampshire. Contact their Manchester (1-603-669-3030 or 1-800-562-5249) or Nashua (1-603-889-9431) offices for assistance.
- Some Free Staters have also worked with Brandon Ladebush, an Associate Immigration Lawyer based in Boston. Phone: (978-683-1460) - Email: email@example.com
- New Hampshire's Russian Speaking Community
- If you have questions for your fellow Free Staters, feel free to post in our groups on Facebook and Discord server. If you prefer email instead, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.