Volunteer Training for Naturalization Events – Los Angeles – March 9, 2013

Volunteer training for Naturalization Events
APALC will be providing a Naturalization 101 training for volunteers interested in assisting eligible legal permanent residents with their application for naturalization.  Volunteers will get a basic training on how to complete the N-400 Application for Naturalization as well as the I-912 Request for Fee Waiver.

Also, volunteers will get an understanding of the workshop model and workshop flow.

This training will be provided at the Central Library – the site of APALC’s next workshop on March 16th.

Please contact nkhansari@apalc.org for more information.

Date and Time
March 9, 2013
3:00 pm – 5:30 pm

Address
Central Library
Meeting Room A
630 W. 5th St.
Los Angeles, CA 90071

(See map below)

Parking is available at the library on Flower St. between 5th and 6th street for $1 if you have a library card.  You may open a library card the day of the training.

Hosted by
Asian Pacific American Legal Center


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Posted on February 25, 2013

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