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August 29th

Citizenship Workshop

(click here for printable flyer)

Time: 10 am-1pm Cost $40.($30 fee +$10 for pictures).  We do not accept personal checks.

Address:

St. Paul United Methodist Church
1400 G Street Woodbridge, VA 22191

contact IRosalesZavala@ccda.net for more information

WHAT TO BRING:
1. Legal Permanent Resident card  also known as “green card”
2. All passports—current and expired since you became a legal permanent resident (LPR).
·    If your passport was lost or stolen we recommend to file a police report
·    If  your consul kept your expired passports when you renewed your current passport then only bring what you have.
·    If you are an asylee or refugee then bring your travel document
3. Dates and addresses for the last 5 years for all places where you have worked, lived, and studied.
4. Biographical Information for current spouse: Birth & marriage date, green card, current address and name of employer.
· (only if it applies) information of all your current spouse’s prior spouses: Full legal name, immigration status at the end of marriage, place & date of birth, marriage & divorce date. If possible bring divorce certificate or decree
· (only if it applies) if your spouse is a naturalized citizen of the US, please also bring a copy of the naturalization certificate.
5. Information for former spouses (ex-wife or ex-husband): full legal name, immigration status at the end of marriage, place & date of birth, marriage & divorce date.
· If you have been divorce we recommend to bring the divorce certificate or decree
· If your prior spouse is deceased we recommend to bring the death certificate
6. If parents are US citizens, please bring your parent’s birth and marriage date. 
7. It only applies to men:
· If you are between the age of 18 and 26, go to www.sss.gov and register! It’s the law.
· If you are between the age of 26 and 31 then request a “Status of Information Letter” in www.sss.gov
· If you are between the age of 26 and 29, and are applying for U.S. citizenship because of marriage with a U.S. citizen then you need to request a “Status of Information Letter” in www.sss.gov
8. Biographical information for all children (including adult, adopted or deceased): Place & date of birth, green card & current address.
9.A personal check or money order payable to “US Department of Homeland Security” for $680.
10.  All records from Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) (tickets, DUI, license suspension, etc).
11. Court Dispositions, in the event that you ever been arrested for any type of charges (if you do not bring these documents with you, we won’t be able to assist you).

Depending on the seriousness of your criminal charges Hogar Immigrant Services reserves the right to decide whether to represent you.

At the time you apply you must have a good understanding of English and be able to converse at an intermediate level.

 

 

September 26th

Citizenship Workshop

(click here for printable flyer)

Time: 10 am-1pm Cost $40.($30 fee +$10 for pictures).  We do not accept personal checks.

Address:

St. Anthony of Padua (Corpus Cristi School)
3301 Glen Carlyn Road, Falls Church, VA 22041

contact IRosalesZavala@ccda.net for more information

WHAT TO BRING:
1. Legal Permanent Resident card  also known as “green card”
2. All passports—current and expired since you became a legal permanent resident (LPR).
·    If your passport was lost or stolen we recommend to file a police report
·    If  your consul kept your expired passports when you renewed your current passport then only bring what you have.
·    If you are an asylee or refugee then bring your travel document
3. Dates and addresses for the last 5 years for all places where you have worked, lived, and studied.
4. Biographical Information for current spouse: Birth & marriage date, green card, current address and name of employer.
· (only if it applies) information of all your current spouse’s prior spouses: Full legal name, immigration status at the end of marriage, place & date of birth, marriage & divorce date. If possible bring divorce certificate or decree
· (only if it applies) if your spouse is a naturalized citizen of the US, please also bring a copy of the naturalization certificate.
5. Information for former spouses (ex-wife or ex-husband): full legal name, immigration status at the end of marriage, place & date of birth, marriage & divorce date.
· If you have been divorce we recommend to bring the divorce certificate or decree
· If your prior spouse is deceased we recommend to bring the death certificate
6. If parents are US citizens, please bring your parent’s birth and marriage date. 
7. It only applies to men:
· If you are between the age of 18 and 26, go to www.sss.gov and register! It’s the law.
· If you are between the age of 26 and 31 then request a “Status of Information Letter” in www.sss.gov
· If you are between the age of 26 and 29, and are applying for U.S. citizenship because of marriage with a U.S. citizen then you need to request a “Status of Information Letter” in www.sss.gov
8. Biographical information for all children (including adult, adopted or deceased): Place & date of birth, green card & current address.
9.A personal check or money order payable to “US Department of Homeland Security” for $680.
10.  All records from Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) (tickets, DUI, license suspension, etc).
11. Court Dispositions, in the event that you ever been arrested for any type of charges (if you do not bring these documents with you, we won’t be able to assist you).

Depending on the seriousness of your criminal charges Hogar Immigrant Services reserves the right to decide whether to represent you.

At the time you apply you must have a good understanding of English and be able to converse at an intermediate level.

 

 

October 24th

Citizenship Workshop

(click here for printable flyer)

Time: 10 am-1pm Cost $50.($40 fee +$10 for pictures).  We do not accept personal checks.

Address:

St. Mark Catholic Church—Activity Center
9970 Vale Road, Vienna, VA 22181

contact IRosalesZavala@ccda.net for more information

WHAT TO BRING:
1. Legal Permanent Resident card  also known as “green card”
2. All passports—current and expired since you became a legal permanent resident (LPR).
·    If your passport was lost or stolen we recommend to file a police report
·    If  your consul kept your expired passports when you renewed your current passport then only bring what you have.
·    If you are an asylee or refugee then bring your travel document
3. Dates and addresses for the last 5 years for all places where you have worked, lived, and studied.
4. Biographical Information for current spouse: Birth & marriage date, green card, current address and name of employer.
· (only if it applies) information of all your current spouse’s prior spouses: Full legal name, immigration status at the end of marriage, place & date of birth, marriage & divorce date. If possible bring divorce certificate or decree
· (only if it applies) if your spouse is a naturalized citizen of the US, please also bring a copy of the naturalization certificate.
5. Information for former spouses (ex-wife or ex-husband): full legal name, immigration status at the end of marriage, place & date of birth, marriage & divorce date.
· If you have been divorce we recommend to bring the divorce certificate or decree
· If your prior spouse is deceased we recommend to bring the death certificate
6. If parents are US citizens, please bring your parent’s birth and marriage date. 
7. It only applies to men:
· If you are between the age of 18 and 26, go to www.sss.gov and register! It’s the law.
· If you are between the age of 26 and 31 then request a “Status of Information Letter” in www.sss.gov
· If you are between the age of 26 and 29, and are applying for U.S. citizenship because of marriage with a U.S. citizen then you need to request a “Status of Information Letter” in www.sss.gov
8. Biographical information for all children (including adult, adopted or deceased): Place & date of birth, green card & current address.
9.A personal check or money order payable to “US Department of Homeland Security” for $680.
10.  All records from Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) (tickets, DUI, license suspension, etc).
11. Court Dispositions, in the event that you ever been arrested for any type of charges (if you do not bring these documents with you, we won’t be able to assist you).

Depending on the seriousness of your criminal charges Hogar Immigrant Services reserves the right to decide whether to represent you.

At the time you apply you must have a good understanding of English and be able to converse at an intermediate level.