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Becoming a citizen is easier than you think, and we can help make it easier. The International Rescue Committee is recognized by the U.S. Department of Justice, Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) to provide high-quality, low-cost citizenship and immigration legal assistance. We can help you apply for naturalization so you can access all the privileges and protections that come along with being an American citizen, including: the right to vote, security against deportation, ability to bring more family to the U.S., and increased job opportunities.
At this workshop, IRC's immigration specialists will determine if you are eligible for citizenship; complete and submit your citizenship application (N-400); and file fee waivers on your behalf (if applicable). Afterwards and throughout the entire naturalization process, we will follow-up with the status of your case and serve as your representative with USCIS. Registration is required for this workshop and early registration is encouraged due to limited space.
Before the event:
Prior to the workshop, you must complete a worksheet with information required for your application. You can complete this information online through Citizenshipworks at www.citizenshipworks.org/portal/sanjose or by hand on this worksheet.
What do I need to bring with me?
- Permanent Resident Card (Green Card)
- Check or money order for $725 payable to “US Department of Homeland Security." Credit card also accepted. If you receive any public assistance, bring evidence such as a Notice of Action or Verification of Benefits Letter for a possible USCIS fee waiver or reduced fee.
- List of all addresses for the past 5 years, including the month and year of when you moved in and out.
- List of all employers and/or education institutions for the past 5 years, including the addresses and dates of employment or attendance.
- Information about your parents, if they are US Citizens.
- List of all marriages, including spouse's full name, date of marriage and date of termination of marriage, if applicable.
- List of all children (including deceased children, step children and adopted children), including date and country of birth, alien numbers and addresses
- List of all trips outside of the U.S. with exact dates of travel for the last 5 years.
- List of all traffic violations, including those that do not appear on your DMV record.
- Court dispositions relating to any arrest, police, court or immigration contact.
Who is the IRC?
The International Rescue Committee (IRC) is an international non-profit organization founded in 1933 at the request of Albert Einstein. IRC is at work in more than 40 countries and 26 U.S. cities and in 2015, our programs served 23 million people. The American Institute of Philanthropy CharityWatch gives the IRC an A+ rating and Charity Navigator awarded the IRC its highest rating. In the United States, the International Rescue Committee offers high-quality, low-cost immigration legal services and citizenship assistance in 23 cities. Our comprehensive immigration services are provided by qualified IRC staff accredited by the U.S. Department of Justice's Board of Immigration Appeals.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions? Email us at email@example.com or call us at (408) 277-0255 extension 17, 18 or 21.
Can I update my registration information? Yes. To update, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (408) 277-0255 extension 17, 18 or 21.