FREE Citizenship Application Assistance/ASSISTENCIA GRATUITA PARA LA SOLICITUD DE CIUDADAN√ćA

 

 

FREE Citizenship Application Assistance

Experienced lawyers and immigration professionals will help evaluate your citizenship application .

Saturday, April 9th, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

FREE photos and required photocopies. Refreshments will be served.

Rutgers Student Center- 4th Floor 126 College Avenue New Brunswick, NJ 08901

Please Register by calling 732.932.9384, ext. 280

or visiting: www.eagleton.rutgers.edu/Citizenship.php

For more information visit www.eagleton.rutgers.edu

 

You must meet the following requirements:

 

Reside in the United States as a permanent resident for five years (three years if living with and married to the same U.S. citizen)

Live in the United States for half of the five or three year period

Are at least 18 years old

 

What to bring:

Green card and all passports since obtaining green card Home addresses for the last five or three years

Children’s information (date of birth, A#, addresses)*

Employment history for the last five or three years*

Marital history/criminal history

 

**(If applicable)

 

Applicants pay a $680 filing fee to USCIS. Please do not bring this fee to the event.

 

Citizenship Rutgers is a project of Rutgers Law School-Camden; Rutgers Law School-Newark; The Center for Migration and the Global City, Newark; Rutgers School of Management and Labor Relations; the School of Arts and Sciences, New Bruns- wick, the School of Public Policy and Administration, Camden, and the Civic Engagement and Service Education Partner- ships (CESEP) Program. CESEP operates under the auspices of the Rutgers Office of the Associate Vice President for Academic & Public Partnerships with support from the Office of the Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs, The Bonner Founda- tion, Eagleton Program on Immigration and Democracy, as well as CUNY Citizenship NOW! (City University of New York)

 

 

.ASSISTENCIA GRATUITA PARA LA SOLICITUD

DE CIUDADANÍA

 

Abogados expertos u profesionales de inmigación te ayudarán a evaluar tu postulación a la ciudadanía.

Sábado 9 de Abril, 11 a.m. a 2p.m.

Fotos ¡GRATIS! Fotocopias ¡GRATIS! Comida ¡GRATIS!

 

Rutgers Student Center- 4th Floor 126 College Avenue New Brunswick, NJ 08901

Por Favor registrase

732.932.9384, ext. 280 O visite: www.eagleton.rutgers.edu/Citizenship.php

 

Debes cumplir los siguientes requisitos:

 

Haber residido en los Estados Unidos como residente permanente por cinco años (tres años si vives y un estadounidense)

Haber vivido en los Estados Unidos al menos la mitad del perdíodo de cinco o tres años

Tener por lo menos  18 años de edad

 

Qué traer:

 

La tarjeta verde/ green card (residencia) y todos los pasaportes que hayas tenido desde que obtuviste La tarjeta verde

Todas las direcciones postales de los últimos cinco o tres años

Datos de los niños (fecha de nacimianto, A#, direcciones) *

Historia de empleo de los últimos 3 o 5 años.

Historia martimonio y criminal*

 

* (si aplica)

 

Los solicitantes deben pagar a la USCIS una tarifa de $680 por la solicitud. Por favor no traer este dinero de la tarifa al evento.

 

Para mas información:

www.eagleton.rutgers.edu

Citizenship Rutgers es un proyecto de Rutgers Law School-Camden; Rutgers Law School-Newark; The Center for Migration and the Global City, Newark; Rutgers School of Management and Labor Relations; the School of Arts and Sciences, New Brunswick, the School of Public Policy and Administration, Camden, and the Civic Engagement and Service Education Partnerships (CESEP) Program. CESEP operates under the auspices of the Rutgers Office of the Associate Vice President for Academic & Public Partnerships with support from the Office of the Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs, The Bonner Foundation, Eagleton Program on Immigration and Democracy, as well as CUNY Citizenship NOW! (City University of New York).