We provide low-cost legal help in addition to a variety of social services, including: applications for Citizenship, petitions to bring relatives to the United States, applications for Work Authorization, information about pending immigration and naturalization cases, legal representation in political asylum and deportation and petitions for battered spouses and children. 1825 West Northern Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85021. Contact- Elsa Rivera, 602.749.4415, www.CatholicCharitiesAZ.org

The International Rescue Committee is dedicated to providing efficient, yet low-cost immigration services. Our U.S. Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) accredited staff will help determine eligibility for USCIS fee waivers, and is fully qualified to assist individuals with their immigration needs, including citizenship and naturalization. Contact Parisa Gorg at: (602)761-9222, or Parisa.Gorg@Rescue.org. International Rescue Committee-Phoenix, 4425 West Olive Avenue, #400, Glendale AZ 85302 http://www.rescue.org/us-program/us-phoenix-az


CITIZENSHIP INFORMATION IN ARIZONA

 Mi Familia Vota is a national organization working to unite the Latino community to ensure social and economic justice through increased civic participation and encourages permanent residents to become naturalized citizens.  1710 East Indian School Road Suite 100, Phoenix, Arizona 85016. (602) 263-2036  http://www.mifamiliavota.us/


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This  website is a bulletin board of agencies and resources to assist Permanent Residents to accomplish their goal of becoming Naturalized American Citizens. It highlights Citizenship information and events leading to  immigration reform in Phoenix. 

The AIR DIGEST provides up-to-date Arizona Immigration Reform happenings with one click. Also, a listing for English Classes and Online Lessons is provided. If you have questions, corrections or additions, please send them to us at Fred.cat@cox.net. Thank you.


Crosier Citizenship Classes The Crosier Community of Phoenix is hosting its next series of citizenship classes on Saturday, July 5, 12, 19, 26, August 2, 9. The classes are free, but there is a one-time fee for materials. All classes will be taught in English and are held at the Crosier Province Office, 4423 N. 24th St., Phoenix, AZ 85016. To sign up, or for more information, contact Br. Jim via email or call him at 602.769.7744.

The USCIS provides A Guide to Naturalization, information on how to apply for Citizenship, forms, resources and videos. National Customer Service Center: 1 (800) 375-5283, Phoenix Field Office 1330 South 16th Street with appointment; national web page. http://www.uscis.gov/us-citizenship

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Chicanos Por La Causa Family Immigration Services strives to provide affordable and comprehensive case management in various immigration and citizenship procedures. The staff is fully trained in immigration & citizenship law and can provide legal representation and advocacy to ensure that the needs of every individual case are met. The staff is bilingual and the services provided are fee-based. Contact Ramona Corrales (928) 627-2042 or visit: 308 W. Main ST in Somerton, Arizona 85350. website:http://www.cplc.org/social-services/immigration.aspx 
 Friendly House serves those seeking to become citizens by providing legal services to the community. The Immigration and Legal Services Department assists eligible individuals and families to obtain immigration benefits and offers sessions on: Family Petition, Deferred Action (DACA), Open Court Cases and Document Reviews, 113 West Sherman Street ,  Phoenix, AZ 85003 602.257.1870   www.friendlyhouse.org                

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