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Citizenship Day – Free Legal Help

I am excited to be a part of Citizenship Day for the first time. On Saturday, April 21st, One America and the American Immigration Lawyers Association will be providing free legal advice and help filling out naturalization applications for eligible greencard holders throughout Washigton State. I and other attorneys will be traveling to Moses Lake, Washington the farthest East that I have ever been since moving to Washington State.

Check out the information provided by One America about next weeks Citizenship Day below.

Citizenship Day Sign

CITIZENSHIP DAYS

We Can Help You Prepare Your Naturalization Application!

Washington New Americans will once again partner with the Washington State Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) to offer Citizenship Day events in 8 Washington cities during the 2011-2012 cycle.

Citizenship Day is a day-long workshop where volunteer immigration attorneys, paralegals, and interpreters come together to offer assistance with citizenship applications. All lawful permanent residents (“green card” holders) interested in applying for U.S. citizenship are welcome to participate. The assistance extended to the public on Citizenship Day is FREE. Resources for preparing for the naturalization interview will be provided as well.

MINI CITIZENSHIP DAY

We are working to schedule mini Citizenship Days near you! Call the hotline or email nikita@weareoneamerica.org for more information.

CITIZENSHIP DAY 2011-2012 

April 21, 2012

All events will take place from 10:00am to 3:00pm.  Please be sure to arrive no later than 2:30pm as the doors will close promptly at 3:00pm sharp. Click here to find out what you should bring to Citizenship Day.

Over the past three years, we have held 33 workshops in numerous locations, including Aberdeen, Bellingham, Centralia, Des Moines, Mount Vernon, Pasco, Port Angeles, Spokane, Tacoma, Tukwila, Vancouver, Wenatchee, and Yakima, and served approximately 1,400 individuals.  Citizenship Day was created in Washington in 2004 by the Washington State Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and has been replicated in over 30 states.