Volunteer Training for Naturalization Events – Los Angeles – March 6, 2013

Volunteer training for Naturalization Event

APALC and its partner NALEO will be providing a three-hour training for volunteers who are interested in assisting eligible legal permanent residents with their application for citizenship.  This training will be a Naturalization 101 – covering the basics of completing and N-400 Application for Naturalization as well as an I-912 Request for Fee Waiver.

The training will also cover the workshop service model and help volunteers understand the workshop flow.

Please contact nkhansari@apalc.org for more information.

Date and Time
March 6, 2013
5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

APALC Community Room
1145 Wilshire Blvd. Ste 200
Los Angeles

(See map below)

Parking is available next door at the Good Samaritan Hospital for $6 or on the street adjacent to the APALC offices.

Hosted by
Asian Pacific American Legal Center and NALEO Educational Fund

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Posted on February 25, 2013

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  • The Campaign has completed over 3,700 naturalization workshops and clinics.
  • Over 250,000 citizenship applications completed since July 2011.

    Saved aspiring citizens and their families over $206million in legal and application fees.
  • Adopted scalable technology. MP3 players, Google Voice, and Virtual Private Network (VPN) services are being used to enhance naturalization service delivery.
  • Expanded New American Workforce (an effort to provide naturalization assistance within corporations) which has partnered with over 100 businesses across the nation, ranging from hotels in Miami to American Apparel in Los Angeles.
  • Deployed Citizenshipworks, an online tool, across the Campaign in multiple settings and languages. A newly redesigned platform guides applicants through through their citizenship application from start to finish and connects applicants to legal help at partnering non-profits.
  • Were instrumental in inspiring the US Citizenship and Immigration Service to support the Citizenship Corners initiative.
  • Created innovative partnerships with public libraries, school districts, universities, social service agencies, and employers, all of which yield not only greater numbers of applicants but also greater awareness of the naturalization process.
  • Deployed a large-scale volunteer recruitment program through an e-learning course.

    Reached diverse communities. Local partners consistently outreach and provide culturally competent and language-appropriate services.
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People come to America from all over the world with dreams of achieving a better life for themselves and their families and calling this great nation home. Eight million people who live, work, and pay taxes in this country are eligible for citizenship, yet only about eight percent of them naturalize each year. Find out more about these individuals and the barriers they face.Read More