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AAJC warns of immigration notario fraud

Jul 22 2012

Asian American Press

WASHINGTON (July 18, 2012) — There is growing concern of the potential for immigration fraud by immigration consultants, also known as “notarios” who claim they can assist applicants with the deferred action process to undocumented youth is a looming threat to new Americans.

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Groups Warn Against Fraudulent Immigration Consultants

Jul 18 2012

KoreAm

A group of Asian American civil rights organizations are warning members of the community to be wary of individuals posing as immigration consultants and offering their fraudulent services to undocumented youth, in light of President Obama’s new deferred action immigration policy.

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Free Citizenship Clinic, Alhambra

Free Citizenship Clinic-Chinese Community of San Gabriel Valley
First Baptist Church of Alhambra,101 South Atlantic Boulevard, Alhambra, CA 91801

Appointments Strongly Encouraged
Mandarin Translators Available

We will...

  1. Check your eligibility for citizenship
  2. Complete your citizenship application
  3. File your application with USCIS
  4. Help you prepare for your interview

Be sure to…

Free Citizenship Clinic, Little Tokyo Service Center

Free Citizenship Clinic-Little Tokyo Service Center 231 E. 3rd St. #G106, Los Angeles, CA 90013

Appointments Strongly Encouraged
Japanese-Speaking Interpreters Available

We will...

  1. Check your eligibility for citizenship
  2. Complete your citizenship application
  3. File your application with USCIS
  4. Help you prepare for your interview

Be sure to…

  1. Make an appointment
  2. Bring 2 passport-style photos

(or we take one for $5)

April 21st deadline to file citizenship applications to vote in November election

Apr 4 2012

Asian Journal

LOS ANGELES – The Asian Pacific American Legal Center (APALC), a member of the Asian American Center for Advancing Justice, is expanding its free citizenship application clinics to help more immigrants become American citizens. Through these clinics, APALC hopes to empower future citizens by giving them the tools to make a difference in their communities.

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Citizenship Clinic, APALC

free workshop will be held for those who want to apply for U.S. citizenship at APALC, 1145 Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles.
 
APALC staff and trained volunteers will help qualified permanent residents (“green card holders”) complete their Applications for Naturalization (Form N-400) and assess eligibility for various waivers. Clinic participants receive a free copy of Citizenship 101: Your Guide to Citizenship, a comprehensive instructional DVD and workbook package.  The video is available in Korean, Tagalog, Vietnamese, Cantonese, Mandarin, Hindi, and English.
 

Citizenship Clinic, APALC

A free workshop will be held for those who want to apply for U.S. citizenship at APALC, 1145 Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles.
APALC staff and trained volunteers will help qualified permanent residents (“green card holders”) complete their Applications for Naturalization (Form N-400) and assess eligibility for various waivers. Clinic participants receive a free copy of Citizenship 101: Your Guide to Citizenship, a comprehensive instructional DVD and workbook package.  The video is available in Korean, Tagalog, Vietnamese, Cantonese, Mandarin, Hindi, and English.

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