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Citizenship Day Naturalization Clinics

2016 Citizenship Day Naturalization Workshops

WHAT: One day clinics around the country that assist legal permanent residents eligible for naturalization.

WHEN: Saturday, September 17, 2016 in workshops across the United States

Washington State: September 17, 2016
Sponsored by OneAmerica – Clinic Locations in Washington State:

  • Pasco: Columbia Basin College (Center for Career & Technical Education), Corner of W. Argent Rd & Saraceno Way, Pasco WA 99301

  • Renton: Renton Technical College (Building C) 3000 NE 4th St, Renton WA 98056

  • Wenatchee: Wenatchee Valley College (Wenatchi Hall) 1300 5th St, Wenatchee WA 98801

Citizenship Clinic: Services For 2-49 Applicants – New York, NY
Northern Manhattan Coalition For Immigrant Rights
August 18, 2016 From 8:00:00 Am Pdt – 5:00:00 Pm Pdt

Citizenship Clinic: Services For 2-49 Applicants – Brooklyn, NY
International Rescue Committee
August 19, 2016 From 10:00:00 Am Pdt – 3:00:00 Pm Pdt

Citizenship Assistance Workshop: Services For 50+ Applicants – Fort Worth, TX
Proyecto Inmigrante Ics Inc.
August 20, 2016 From 9:00:00 Am Pdt – -8:-31:-23 Gmt-7:52:58

Citizenship Clinic: Services For 2-49 Applicants – Charlotte, NC
Latin American Coalition
August 20, 2016 From 9:00:00 Am Pdt – 5:00:00 Pm Pdt

Citizenship Assistance Workshop: Services For 50+ Applicants – Oakland, CA
East Bay Naturalization Collaborative
August 20, 2016 From 10:00:00 AM Pdt – 2:00:00 PM Pdt

Citizenship Clinic: Services- Dallas, TX
Catholic Charities Of Dallas
August 20, 2016 From 9:30:00 AM Pdt – 2:30:00 PM Pdt

Citizenship Information Session: Information Only – Prescott, CA
Sacred Heart Catholic Church
August 20, 2016 From 9:00:00 AM Pdt – 3:00:00 PM Pdt

Citizenship Clinic: Services For 2-49 Applicants – Napa, CA
International Institute Of The Bay Area
August 23, 2016 From 1:00:00 PM Pdt – 4:00:00 PM Pdt

One-On-One Assistance In A Partner’s Office – Parlier, CC
Central Valley Immigrant Integration Collaborative (Cviic)
August 23, 2016 From 4:00:00 PM Pdt – 7:00:00 PM Pdt

Citizenship Information Session: Information Only – Charlottesville, VA
International Rescue Committee
August 24, 2016 From 6:30:00 PM Pdt – 8:30:00 PM Pdt

Citizenship Clinic: Services – Seattle, WA
Asian Counseling And Referral Service
August 25, 2016 From 2:00:00 PM Pdt – 4:00:00 PM Pdt

Citizenship Assistance Workshop –  Arlington, VA
Catholic Charities Arlington – Hogar Immigrant Services
August 27, 2016 From 10:00:00 AM Pdt – 1:00:00 PM Pdt

Citizenship Clinic: Services – Dallas, TX
Catholic Charities of Dallas
August 27, 2016 From 9:30:00 AM Pdt – 2:30:00 PM Pdt

Citizenship Assistance Workshop:  Houston, TX
Bonding Against Adversity
August 27, 2016 From 9:00:00 AM Pdt – 1:00:00 PM Pdt

Citizenship Clinic: Services – Norwalk, CA
South Asian Network
August 27, 2016 From 10:00:00 AM Pdt – 1:00:00 PM Pdt

Citizenship Assistance Workshop – Anaheim, CA
Occord & PLC
August 27, 2016 From 9:00:00 AM Pdt – -8:-31:-23 Gmt-7:52:58

Citizenship Clinic: Services – Dallas, TX
Catholic Charities Of Dallas
August 30, 2016 From 9:30:00 AM Pdt – 2:30:00 PM Pdt

Citizenship Information Session: Information Only – Sanger, CA
CVIIC – Sanger Branch Library – 1812 7th St.
August 30, 2016 From 4:00:00 PM Pdt – 7:00:00 Pm Pdt
Contact: Arelis Clemente 559-426-5212

Citizenship Clinic: Services – Palo Alto, CA
IRC – Palo Alto City Library – Mitchell Park Branch – 3700 Middlefield Rd.
September 1, 2016 From 6:30:00 PM Pdt – 8:30:00 PM Pdt
Registration Required at http://Freecitizenshipclinicsep1.Eventbrite.com
Contact: Sanjoseimmigration@Rescue.org Or 408-277-0255

Citizenship Clinic: Services – Selma, CA
Central Valley Immigrant Integration Collaborative
September 1, 2016 From 4:00:00 PM Pdt – 8:00:00 PM Pdt

For more information and other local Citizenship Day Clinics, please visit the New Americans Campaign at: http://newamericanscampaign.org/events

For other resources visit the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) webpage at: www.aila.org

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Servicios de Inmigración Promulga Regla Extendiendo el Proceso de Exención Provisional

En Julio 29, 2016 los servicios de inmigración estadounidense (USCIS por sus siglas en inglés) anuncio una regla final que extiende el proceso de exención provisional (I-601A) a personas que son el…

Source: Servicios de Inmigración Promulga Regla Extendiendo el Proceso de Exención Provisional

Servicios de Inmigración Promulga Regla Extendiendo el Proceso de Exención Provisional

En Julio 29, 2016 los servicios de inmigración estadounidense (USCIS por sus siglas en inglés) anuncio una regla final que extiende el proceso de exención provisional (I-601A) a personas que son elegibles para una visa.

¿Qué es el Proceso de Exención Provisional? El Proceso de Exención Provisional (I-601) es un proceso que permite a personas que son parientes inmediatos de un ciudadano estadounidense procesar una exención de la presencia no autorizada en los Estados Unidos. Esta exención provisional se procesa en los Estados Unidos, manteniendo a las familias unidas, antes de la cita en consulado extranjero.

Esta exención provisional es únicamente para personas cuales nos son admisible por su presencia sin autorización legal en los Estados Unidos y cuales tienen parientes inmediatos que sufrirán penuria extrema si la exención no es aprobada.

Previo a la nueva expansión, el proceso de exención provisional de inadmisibilidad era reservada para los hijos y/o esposos de ciudadanos estadounidenses. Ahora, gracias a la expansión, los parientes inmediatos de Residentes Permanentes (LPRs por sus siglas en inglés) también serán elegibles.

La expansión del proceso de exención provisional trae buenas noticias para los parientes inmediatos de Residentes.

Recuerde: ¡La expansión de la regla no entra en vigor hasta Agosto 29, 2016! Si se archiva una exención provisional antes de esta fecha, la solicitud puede ser rechazada.

Para más información, por favor visite a los servicios de inmigración estadounidense (USCIS).

Provisional Waiver Process Now Extended to All Statutorily Eligible!

On July 29, 2016 the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced a final rule expanding the provisional waiver of unlawful presence (I-601A) to all individuals statutorily eligible for visas.

What is the provisional waiver process?

Previously, the provisional waiver process was only available to spouses and children of United States citizens. This is great news for spouses and children of United States legal permanent residents (LPRs) that have a visa available and whose immediate relatives would suffer extreme hardship if the waivers were denied.

If you are part of the expanded group, do not file before the rule goes into effect. New rule goes into effect on August 29, 2016. If you file earlier, the waiver may be denied.

For more information: Please visit the United States and Citizenship Services (USCIS).

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