free citizen workshop for vietnamese community

This is for my Vietnamese brothers and sisters.

If you're in Southern California, and you or someone you know is interested in becoming naturalized, but need some help through the process, the Asian Pacific American Legal Center is providing a free citizenship workshop for the Vietnamese community.

It's happening Saturday, September 29, 9:00am to 3:00pm at the Lambert Park Auditorium in El Monte. Here are some more details on the workshop and how to sign up:
At the citizenship workshop, APALC staff, pro bono attorneys, and trained volunteers will help individuals complete the Application for Naturalization (Form N-400) and assess eligibility for various waivers. Applicants who complete the N-400 at the workshop will receive a free copy of Citizenship 101: Your Guide to Citizenship, a comprehensive guide to becoming a U.S. citizen. In addition, a free DVD about the citizenship process will also be given to applicants who complete the workshop – the DVD is available in the following languages: Vietnamese, Cantonese, Mandarin, Korean, Tagalog, Hindi, and English. The Department of Public Social Services also will be at the workshop to provide in-language assistance in assessing eligibility for public benefits.

APALC encourages the public to attend the citizenship workshop. Appointments are suggested, and can be made by calling APALC at (213) 977-7500. Appointments may be made up to the day before the workshop. Walk-ins will be served on a first-come, first-serve basis, and are not guaranteed same-day services.
Sign up, spread the word. For further information on citizenship, you can watch the video, "Citizenship 101: Your Guide to Citizenship" at the APALC website.

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