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Immigration and Citizenship Resources

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In the News: DACA

Press Release from the Department of Homeland Security
DACA 2017 Announcement from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
What Do I Need to Know about the End of DACA? from the Immigrant Legal Resource Center

Immigrant Support Organizations

 

Local Help


The U.S. Department of Justice has a list of recognized Immigrant-serving organizations. These 3 organizations in our area are on the list:

 

Catholic Charities           7950 Church Street

South County Office       Gilroy, CA 95020                  (408) 842-4808                catholiccharitiesscc.org

 

Catholic Charities           P.O. Box 2048

Diocese of Monterey       Monterey, CA 93942            (831) 422-0602                dioceseofmonterey.org

 

UFW Foundation             437 East Alisal Street

Salinas site                     Salinas, CA 93905               (831) 758-2611                ufwfoundation.org

 

Local Legal Help

 

California Rural Legal Assistance

 

3 Williams Road

Salinas, CA

93905

831 757-5221

 

Path to Citizenship

 

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (Visas, Green Cards, Citizenship and Passport Applications)

 

          Apply for Citizenship

          Exceptions 

          Immigrants may take the citizenship test in their native language if they meet either of these requirements:

    50 or more years of age with a Permanent Resident card for 20 years.

    55 or more years of age with a Permanent Resident card for 15 years.

    

          Study Material
          100 Civics Questions & Answers (English)

          100 Civics Questions & Answers (Spanish)
 

 

           Fee Waivers

           Low income immigrants may be entitled to fee waivers.  Form I-912 is a fee waiver form and needs to be filled out in conjuction with

           Form I-912P. 

           Some of the fees that may be waived:

           I-90 Application (Replaces or renews a Resident Card)

           I-765 Application for Employment Authorization

           N-400 Application for Naturalization (Reduced fee option only.  See form I-942p)

           N-600 Application for Certificate of Citizenship 

          

          **Please check out official website for updates and a complete list.

 

           Naturalization

           A Guide to Naturalization eBook   

           Study materials for the Naturalization Test  

 

Bay Area Help

 

San Francisco Immigrant Legal & Education Network

 

938 Valencia Street, San Francisco, CA 94110

P: (415) 282-6209 / F: (415) 282.2826

 

          Deportations and Detentions

               English

               Spanish

               Arabic

               Chinese

               Tagalog

          Options for Victims of Crime

               English

               Spanish

               Chinese

 

Immigrant Legal Resources

 

1663 Mission Street, Suite 602
San Francisco, CA 94103

Main: 415-255-9499
Fax: 415-255-9792

 

          Post-Election Talking Points and Resources  DACA/DAPA

                English

                Spanish

          Red Cards  May be presented to law enforcement to exercise U.S. Constitutional Rights for citizens and non-citizens

          Using a Red Card (multiple languages)

 

National Immigration Law Center

 

          How to Be Prepared for an  Immigration Raid (English)

          How to Be Prepared for an  Immigration Raid (Spanish)

 

Anonymous Online Education

 

https://www.immi.org/

Immi helps immigrants in the U.S. understand their legal options. Our online screening tool, legal information, and referrals to nonprofit legal services organizations are always free to use. Immi was created by the Immigration Advocates Network and Pro Bono Net, two nonprofit organizations dedicated to increasing access to justice for low-income immigrants.

 

https://cliniclegal.org/

 

https://www.citizenshipworks.org/

 

https://www.immigrationadvocates.org/nonprofit/

 

APPS

 

http://lulac.org/oportunidad/

 

http://blog.nclr.org/2015/09/17/download-the-immigo-app-today/

 

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