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Citizenship Assistance Workshop: Services for 50+ Applicants

Services Offered

  • Citizenship Application Assistance (Form N-400)
  • Fee Waiver Assistance (Form I-912)
  • Reduced Fee Request Assistance (Form I-942)

Additional Services Offered

Citizenship Classes

Registration Link or Phone Number

Documents Attendees Should Bring

  • Certified documentation of all arrests and/or convictions, reason for arrest, date, place, and disposition even if the charges were dropped, dismissed or expunged
  • List of children's full names, dates of birth, countries of birth, current addresses, USCIS Alien Numbers (if applicable)
  • Current spouse's full name, nicknames or former names, date of birth, social security number, date and place of naturalization or Alien Number, date of marriage, address, and name of employer
  • List of employment or school attendance history for the past 5 years with corresponding dates, addresses, and occupation
  • 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 home addresses for the past 5 years with corresponding dates of residence
  • State-issued ID or driver's license
  • List of all applicant's trips abroad for the past 5 years with date left, date returned, and destination
  • Marriage certificates, divorce certificates, and death/annulment certificates for spouses
  • Applicant’s parents' full names, dates of birth, and countries of birth
  • All passports used for travel abroad within the last five years, including expired passports
  • Prior spouse's date of birth, country of birth, address, date of marriage, Alien Number, nationality, date marriage ended, and reason for termination of marriage
  • Social Security card

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