FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions About The Paralegal Program

Q: Is the NACC FREE Paralegal Program accredited academic?
While we strive to provide a high-level, interactive top- notch educational experience for you – with attorneys, excellent instructors, materials used in law schools and CLE classes, NACC is not accredited by a US Department of Education recognized accrediting body. This means federal student loan aid cannot be used in conjunction with our programs. While affordable, we understand this may present a hardship for some, it is necessary for us to maintain this status in order to produce the type of program we feel is most effective for our members which we seek to serve. 

Q: My employer might pay for my course. What verification do you provide that I successfully completed the course?
Upon successful completion, you receive a Certificate of Achievement. There is also a graduation, so you can show a picture of yourself with your Certificate. 

Q: How long is the Program?
The program is self-paced. This means that you attend classes and complete each topic as per your schedule within your one-year of membership. 

Q: How long are the subject areas?
Each topic is 5-weeks; 2 hours per week.  The ONLY Class that is one session, 2 hours is: An Introduction to the NACC Paralegal Certificate Program & Career Success Seminar. 

Q: What payment methods do you accept?
We accept cash, money order, check, credit/debit card and Paypal. When paying by check, please make it payable to New American Chamber of Commerce. For Paypal, please email info@mynacc.org and forward your confirmation page once you’ve submitted. 

Q: Do you offer payment plan options?
Typically, no. We do understand that money can be tight and payment plans are offered on a case by case basis. Please call 718-722-9217 to discuss your payment options. 

Q: Are the courses offered online?
No, sorry. All classes are in-person at our location: 26 Court Street, Suite 701, Downtown Brooklyn.

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