- Citizenship Application Assistance (Form N-400)
- Fee Waiver Assistance (Form I-912)
- Pro-bono Legal Consultations
- Reduced Fee Request Assistance (Form I-942)
Documents Attendees Should Bring
- All Passports used for travel abroad within the last five years - including expired passports
- Certified documentation of all arrests and/or convictions, reason of arrest, date, place, and disposition even if the charges were dropped, dismissed or expunged
- Current spouse's full name, nicknames or former names, date of birth, social security number, date & place of naturalization or Alien Number, date of marriage, address and name of employer
- For Fee Waiver: Proof applicant is currently receiving a qualifying government benefit (SSI, Medicaid, food stamps, WIC, General Assistance, TANF) or Most Recent Tax Returns
- Green card
- List of children's full names, dates of birth, countries of birth, current addresses, USCIS Alien Numbers (if have one)
- List of employment or school attendance history for the past 5 years with corresponding dates, addresses, and occupation
- List of home addresses for the past 5 years with corresponding dates of residence
- Marriage Certificates, Divorce Certificates, and Death/Annulment Certificates for Spouses
- Prior spouse's date of birth, country of birth, address, date of marriage, Alien Number, nationality, date marriage ended, reason for termination of marriage
- Social Security Card
- State-issued ID or Driver's License
For More Information
All appointments and applications will be completed remotely (videoconference).
Registration Web Address or Phone Number
Whom should attendees contact for more details about the event?
Please call or text (206) 414-9030 if you have any questions.
Will CitizenshipWorks be Used?
Yes, for some event attendees