Saturday, March 24, 2012
9am to 12pm
LOCATION: Robert F. Kennedy Community Schools (Registration will be located at the LIBRARY)
701 South Catalina St. Los Angeles, CA 90015
More info: The first 300 people will be assisted. There will be a short information session at the Library that will go over the naturalization process. After the information session you will receive assitance with the naturalization application (N-400) and we will provide passport style photos and packing materials to mail your application. A final review of the application will be conducted by an immigration attorney. Please bring all necessary documents.
For more information contact us at (323) 937-3718 or email Joseph at firstname.lastname@example.org
To make this happen, we need Korean speaking volunteers to fill out the application. Please consider volunteering with us and feel free to pass on the word. Training will be provided. Please contact Hee Joo at email@example.com for more info.
KRC’s naturalization work is also nationally coordinated through NAKASEC (National Korean American Service & Education Consortium).
Sponsored by: Korean Resource Center, American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), Catholic Charties of Los Angeles, Human Rights Campaign (HRC), International Rescue Committee (IRC), Interfaith Refugee and Immigration Service (IRIS), LA VOICE PICO, NALEO Educational Fund, SEIU Local 99, the VAIL CENTER