Citizenship Clinics – Fall 2017
Citizenship Clinics will be held monthly on the 2nd Friday of each month from 2:00-5:00 PM starting in September 2017. Please make an appointment in advance for all clinics. The dates of fall 2017 clinics are:
September 8 – CLINIC for CITIZENSHIP DAY – Clinic co-sponsored by American Immigration Lawyers Association, in collaboration with Madison Path to Citizenship and Community Immigration Law Center.
PLEASE CALL OR EMAIL FOR A CLINIC APPOINTMENT. Please speak slowly and leave your name and phone number at (608) 263-6735 or send an email message to: email@example.com
Who are Citizenship Clinics for? Citizenship Clinics are for people with green cards (lawful permanent residents) who want help to complete the N-400 Application for Naturalization. You may also make an appointment to ask questions about the naturalization process.
What happens at a Citizenship Clinic?
Applicants will have the following FREE services:
- Meet with an attorney to confirm they are eligible for U.S. Citizenship
- Get help to complete the 21-page N-400 Application for Naturalization
- Be assessed for fee waiver/get help completing fee waiver, if eligible
- Have an attorney review the completed N-400
If you want to start the citizenship application on your own:
- Confirm that you are eligible to apply for U.S. citizenship.
- Download and print a copy of the N-400 Application for Naturalization.
- Complete as much as you can of the N-400. If you need help with any questions, mark them so you can find them easily later.
- Leave your name and phone number at (608) 263-6735 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org with a message saying that you are ready to meet with an attorney to review your application.
- Gather these DOCUMENTS for NATURALIZATION.
- Bring the documents listed on this downloadable flyer and your completed application to your appointment.
VOLUNTEERS ARE WELCOME!
Madison Path to Citizenship is a network of organizations in Madison, Wisconsin dedicated to supporting lawful permanent residents* on their path to U.S. citizenship. (*Lawful permanent resident is defined by the U.S. government here.