In honor of National Citizenship Day, please join SF Pathways to Citizenship, local elected officials, USCIS and naturalized citizens for a press briefing at 11:15 am on Friday.
This year, the City of San Francisco is launching a new program to cover the cost of applying for citizenship for SF residents. Please join us to discuss what your audiences need to know to take advantage of the program, and what the City is doing to help immigrants to become U.S. citizens this month.
Aaron Peskin, San Francisco Supervisor
John Kramar, USCIS District Director
Erin Renshaw, Naturalization Program Supervisor, Self-Help for the Elderly
Mohan Kanungo, Director of Engagement, Mission Asset Fund
and Testimonials by Newly Naturalized Citizens
Welcoming remarks by Anni Chung, President & CEO, Self-Help for the Elderly
Interviews available in Spanish, Cantonese and English.
Portsmouth Square Garage, 733 Kearny Street, San Francisco, CA 94108
(From the garage, take the elevator to the 2nd Floor (street level on Kearny), walk out and make a left turn to the corner of Washington, and walk up the steps.)
Co-hosted by: Asian Pacific Islanders Legal Outreach, Jewish Family and Children's Services, Self-Help for the Elderly, Catholic Charities CYO, International Institute of the Bay Area, La Raza Community Resource Center and San Francisco's Office Of Civic Engagement and Immigrant Affairs.