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San Francisco's Third Mega Naturalization Workshop

Join fellow Bay Area Tigers from A4P, ABPA, ALPA, and FFR/Princeton BTGALA at San Francisco's third mega naturalization workshop for one of the first ever service collaborations between different alumni affinity groups.

SF Pathways to Citizenship Initiative is one of the city's largest public-private partnerships, and its last naturalization workshop received over 1000 people seeking free assistance in navigating the complex naturalization process.

As volunteers, we will get full training to assist people with a variety of immigration questions. No prior naturalization knowledge is necessary. Bilingual volunteers in Spanish, Cantonese, and Mandarin especially welcome.

Saturday, February 27
8 am to 5 pm (whole day or in a shift: 8 am-1 pm or 1-6 pm)

Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, 99 Grove St., San Francisco, CA 

If you would like to join or have any questions, please contact Sarah Chen at sarah.xiyi@gmail.com.
Please also sign up for the event here: https://volunteer.legal/event/8/signup

More information about SF Pathways to Citizenship
The San Francisco Pathways to Citizenship Initiative (SF pathways) is a three-year public, private partnership between the City’s Office of Civic Engagement & Immigrant Affairs (OCEIA), six philanthropic organizations, and seven expert community based naturalization service providers who will develop new approaches, methodologies and service delivery models to promote citizenship and civic participation among San Francisco’s citizenship-eligible immigrants. Service providers will offer free legal advice, application assistance, language services, fee waiver application assistance and other services.

What are the goals and objectives of the Initiative?

1. Inform immigrants about citizenship; prevent fraud; and deliver high-quality naturalization services.

2. Leverage existing resources; pursue creative and innovative methods of service delivery and outreach.

3. Foster cross-sector teamwork among grantee organizations, funders, local government, business, education and immigrant communities; develop an infrastructure for future collaborative work; create long-term and sustainable delivery mechanisms.

4. Develop, identify, and share best practices in citizenship outreach and service delivery.

5. Instill life-long, active engagement among newly naturalized citizens and encourage meaningful participation to San Francisco’s overall success and prosperity.

For additional information on San Francisco Pathways to Citizenship, please call (415) 581-2360.

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