Citizenship Assistance Workshop — Santa Ana, CA — October 12, 2013

Citizenship Assistance Workshop

Date and Time: October 12, 2013 9:00 AM – 1:30PM

Address:  1100 S. Center St., Santa Ana, CA 92704

Services offered at event: Pro-bono legal consultations, Free photos, N-400 Assistance

Maximum Attendance: 100

Are there any materials or documents attendees should bring?

DOCUMENTOS NECESARIOS PARA LA APLICACIÓN DE NATURALIZACIÓN / NECESSARY DOCUMENTS FOR NATURALIZATION APPLICATION (BELOW) __$680.00($595 es para la solicitud  y $85 para las huellas digitales) en giro postal o cheque personal a nombre de:

DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY

IDENTIFICACIÓN.
__ Licencia de conducir o identificación oficial.
__ Tarjeta de Seguro Social.
__ Tarjeta de Residencia Permanente –  “Green Card”.

VIAJES FUERA DE LOS ESTADOS UNIDOS (mes/día/año).
__ Fechas de todos los viajes, de 24 horas o más, fuera de los Estados Unidos, desde que se hizo residente permanente.
__ Fechas de salida y entrada, motivo de viaje y lugar a donde viajó.

DOMICILIO (dirección) (últimos 5 años) mes y año.
__ Domicilios donde ha vivido durante los últimos cinco años.
__ Fechas exactas cuando empezó a vivir en cada domicilio y las fechas en que se mudó.

EMPLEO (últimos 5 años) mes y año
__ Nombres, fechas, y domicilio de las compañías donde ha trabajado durante los últimos cinco años.
__ Posición que tuvo en cada compañía.

MATRIMONIO(S)
Esposo(a) Actual:
__ Nombre.
__ Domicilio.
__ Fecha de nacimiento.
__ Fecha de matrimonio civil.
__ País donde nació.
__ Número de Seguro Social.
__ Número de la tarjeta de residencia permanente (si es aplicable).
__ Fecha y lugar de naturalización (si es aplicable).
__ Estatus migratorio.

Esposo(a) anterior:
__ Nombre.
__ Fecha de matrimonio.
__ Fecha de divorcio.
__ Certificado de divorcio/fallecimiento.
__ Estatus migratorio.

La misma información es necesaria si su cónyuge fue casado(a) anteriormente.

HIJOS
__ Nombre(s).
__ Fecha de nacimiento.
__ País donde nació.
__ Número de la tarjeta de residencia o estatus migratorio.
__ Ciudad y estado donde vive.

HISTORIA CRIMINAL
__ Fecha y ciudad en que ocurrió el incidente.
__ Tipo de delito cometido.
__ Resultado del incidente.
__ Reporte de la policía y la disposición del tribunal.

SERVICIO SELECTIVO
__ Número del Servicio Selectivo y fecha de registro.
1.        Si se registro debe llamar al (847) 688-6888 para obtener la información o visite www.sss.gov.
2.        Si no se ha registrado y tiene entre 18 y 26 años de edad, tiene que registrarse llamando al (847) 688-6888.
3.        Si usted nació después de 1960 y estuvo en los EEUU entre la edad de 18-26 años, tiene que haberse registrado para el Servicio Selectivo aun siendo residente permanente o indocumentado.

**Esta es una lista parcial. Puede que se requiera información o documentación adicional.**
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$680.00 ($595 is for the application and $85 is for the fingerprints)check or money order payable to the:

DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY

IDENTIFICATION
__ Driver’s license or State issued I.D.
__ Social Security Card.
__ Legal Permanent Residency Card – “Green Card.”

TRIPS OUTSIDE THE U.S. (month/day/year)
__ Dates of all trips, over 24 hours, outside the United States since becoming a legal permanent resident.
__ Dates left for and returned from abroad, reason for leaving, and destination.

RESIDENCE (last 5 years) month & year
__ Complete addresses for the past five years.
__ Dates moved in and moved out of the residence.

EMPLOYMENT (last 5 years) month & year
__ Names, dates, and addresses of all employers for the past five years.
__ Title of position held.

MARRIAGE(S)
Present Spouse:
__ Name.
__ Address.
__ Country of Birth.
__ Date of Birth.
__ Date of marriage by Law.
__ Social Security Number.
__ A # from his/her residency card (if applicable).
__ Date and Place of Naturalization (if applicable).
__ Immigration status.

Former spouse:
__ Name.
__ Date of marriage.
__ Date marriage ended.
__ Divorce/death certificate.
__ Immigration status.

The same information is required if your spouse was previously married.

CHILDREN
__ Names of all children.
__ Date of birth.
__ Country of birth.
__ A #’s of all children.
__ City and state of where they live.

CRIMINAL RECORD
__ Date and location of any arrest.
__ Nature of the offense.
__ Outcome of the case.
__ Police report and court disposition.

SELECTIVE SERVICE
__ Selective Service Number and date registered.
1.        If you registered and do not have this information, you can call (847) 688-6888 or visit www.sss.gov.
2.        If you have not registered and are between the ages of 18 to 26, you should register by calling (847) 688-6888.
3.        If you were born after 1960 and you were in the US between the ages of 18 to 26, you must have registered with Selective Service, even if you were undocumented.

**This is a partial list only.  We may require additional information and/or documentation

Language Access: Spanish & English

Host Organization(s): Orange County Communities Organized for Responsible Development (OCCORD)

For more information, contact: Andres Rivera, arivera@occord.org, 714-621-0919 x 12

Posted on October 10, 2013

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  • The Campaign has completed over 3,700 naturalization workshops and clinics.
  • Over 250,000 citizenship applications completed since July 2011.

    Saved aspiring citizens and their families over $206million in legal and application fees.
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