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Free Naturalization and Immigration Legal Clinic

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OneJustice’s Justice Bus® Project, CARECEN and Santa Anita Family YMCA are partnering to hold a free legal clinic! During the clinic, individuals can meet with volun-teer attorneys for naturalization applications, immigration screening, basic advice, assistance, and/or referrals.

EVENT:

Saturday, October 14, 2017

SANTA ANITA FAMILY YMCA

501 S Mountain Avenue Monrovia, California 91016

*APPOINTMENT IS REQUIRED*

To set up an appointment please call:

(323) 739-8093

For naturalization assistance, please bring:

1) A Copy of your green card (both sides).

2) 2 photos (U.S. Passport style);

3) List of all trips you have taken out of the United States during the past five years, including departure and return dates;

4) List of addresses of all places you have live, worked and/or attended school during the past five years, including start and end dates;

5) If you are currently married, spouse’s full legal name, date of birth, Social Security or residency card number (A#), date and place of naturalization (if applicable), and current address;

6) Information about all your prior marriages and about all of your current spouse’s prior marriages, including date of marriage, date the marriage ended, and how marriage ended (bring divorce papers or death certificate if applicable);

7) If you have children, their full names as they appear on their birth certificates, dates of birth, residency card A# or social security number, and address;

8) Proof of income (e.g. taxes/pay stubs) and/or proof of recent receipt of public benefits (e.g. Medi-Cal/CalFresh), and;

9) Documentation of all arrests and/or convictions, including reason for the arrest, date, place, and out-come/disposition (if applicable). Bring ALL arrest and court documents, even if the charges were dropped.

For General Immigration assistance, please bring:

1) Any immigration related docu-ments;

2) A copy of your green card (both sides), if applicable;

3) Documentation of all arrests and/or convictions, including reason for the arrest, date;

4) Documentation of all traffic cita-tions, including payment, certified po-lice/court documents indicating such. You can request a copy of your driving record from the DMV; and

5) Any other documents that could be relevant to your immigration case.

October 10, 2017

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