This Saturday, similar events are taking place in California, Washington, Colorado, Tennessee, Wisconsin, Florida, New York, Illinois, Maryland, and Massachusetts with the support of the National Partnership for New Americans (NPNA). NPNA represents the eleven largest immigrant rights coalitions and organizations working on immigrant integration in the United States.
Guerra added, “The organizations involved in this campaign are excited to continue these events around Oregon and are dedicated to streamlining the process to be able to serve more people needing assistance with their N-400 applications.”
The next Citizenship Assistance events in Oregon will take place in NE Portland and Salem on April 28th and June 2nd:
April 28th, 10 AM
St. Matthews Episcopal Church
11229 NE Prescott St.
June 2nd, 10 AM
United Church of Christ
700 Marion St. NE
For more information about Causa's Citizenship Program, please contact program coordinator Luis Guerra at luis(at)causaoregon.org or at Causa's hotline at: 855-884-2287
Causa, Oregon's Immigrant Rights Organization, is the largest Latino and Latina civil and human rights and advocacy organization in the Pacific Northwest. We work to defend and advance immigrant rights through coordination with local, state, and national coalitions and allies. For more information, visit http://www.causaoregon.org/
Photos from Cornelius Citizenship Day