YOU WILL NEED TO BRING THE FOLLOWING WITH YOU TO THE WORKSHOP:
-Green Card, Driver’s License or ID, Social Security card, and all Passports (expired and current, if available).
-Home addresses for the past five years
-Work history (name & address of employer) for the past five years
-List of all trips taken in past five years
-Information about current spouse, as well as all prior marriages for you and your current spouse
-Children’s information, including age, address, place of birth, social security number, immigration status
-Arrest records if you have been arrested
Note: once your application is ready to be mailed, you will need two passport photos and a Money Order for $725, unless you qualify for a fee waiver
Local attorneys and Immigration specialists will be on hand to assist. Also one-on-one legal assistance available. Current immigration issues presentations, Form N-4000 preparation assistance and Community Service organizations.
What to Bring With You to the Citizenship Workshop:
Applicants for Naturalization must bring ORIGINALS of their:
– Green card (Permanent Resident Card
– Additional ID: passport, I-90, TX Driver’s License, Social Security Card
– Court Dispositions(including immigration court) and/or Arrest /ICE records (if Applicable)
– Most recent federal tax return 1040 and/or other proof of income
– Marriage Certificate, divorce decrees and/or child support agreements (if Applicable)
– Proof of current receipt of public benefits ( ex: Food Stamps / SSI ), (if Applicable)
Additionally, Naturalization applicants must bring the following information:
– A list of addresses from the last five years including specific moving dates
– A list of schools attended and jobs worked for the last five years including specific dates
– A list of all trips outside the United States since becoming a legal permanent resident
– Information on your children and current spouse including name, DOB, USCIS#, & address
For Information or if you have questions, call 281-799-9076.
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The Collaborative plays a critical convening, coordinating, and communication role in the legal services community. Through our work, more immigrants are receiving low-cost, high-quality legal services for immigration issues in Houston. Our work has become even more urgent in 2019, as the policy environment in which we work becomes increasingly hostile to immigrants. We have seen a dramatic increase in the demand for immigration legal services and education & outreach efforts in Houston’s diverse immigrant communities.