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The Korean Resource Center provides the below services to the community. All services are free of charge.



Civic
Naturalization
Naturalization application and information on the application process.
Elections
Voter registration, vote-by-mail(absentee), education on propositions, and the general process of voting.
 

Filing
Tax Clinic
Electronic tax filing for low-income community members with a W-2 form.
 

Government
Programs
Children's Health Insurance
Applications for the Healthy Families Program, Healthy Kids, Children's Medi-Cal, Kaiser Permanente Children's Health Insurance.
Medicare Part D
Assistance with enrolling and changing Medicare Part D plans.
 

Financial
Empowerment
Foreclosure
Consultation with government-licensed foreclosure experts.
Credit education and consultation
 

Immigrant Rights
Undocumented Student College Admissions
Consultations on the process of applying and enrolling in a college, the AB540 in-state tuition law & AB130, and K-12 school enrollment for undocumented immigrant students. (Those without immigration status). Also: Dream Scholarship Fund.
Deferred Action (DACA)
Application and information about Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), a program started in August 2012 that allows qualifying undocumented youth to stay in the U.S., obtain a social security number and a work permit.
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Law
Legal Clinic
A monthly clinic on immigration and family law in collaboration with the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles.

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If you need assistance in KRC's service areas, please use the form below or call KRC




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