With growing numbers of eligible-to-naturalize lawful permanent residents (LPRs) and more economic, political, and social pressures to integrate, naturalization is an increasingly important process for immigrants to access opportunities and resources that are privileged to U.S. citizens. Join USC’s Center for the Study of Immigrant Integration (CSII) and partners at the Immigrant Legal Resource Center’s (ILRC) New Americans Campaign to learn about CSII’s latest research and interactive mapping tool on the eligible-to-naturalize populations in the U.S.
The webinar is geared toward community organizations, activists, agencies, and civic and business leaders seeking to encourage naturalization and civic engagement. During this webinar, CSII researchers Thai Le, Justin Scoggins, and Prof. Manuel Pastor will give an overview of the mapping tool and how to use the data in your work, and we will also hear from Melissa A. Rodgers, Director of Programs at the ILRC’s New Americans Campaign.
We look forward to joining you all on this webinar on January 22nd! Please spread the word to folks who may find this data webinar useful.
CSII and ILRC/NAC
Questions about this webinar?
Contact Gladys Malibiran, PERE/CSII Senior Communications Specialist at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information on the mapping tool, please visit: https://dornsife.usc.edu/csii/map-eligible-to-naturalize-puma.