Volunteers are needed for a free workshop on how to become a U.S. citizen that will be held from 9 a.m.-noon, Saturday, May 12, at West Aurora High School, 1201 W. New York St., Aurora.
Individuals will be provided with:
- free assistance to complete the application for naturalization;
- a determination on whether the applicant is eligible to apply for an application fee waiver;
- a free legal consultation with an immigration attorney; and
- free study materials to help prepare for the test and interview.
For more information on the requirements please call (630) 844-2550 or visit
At the workshop, volunteers will assist applicants to complete the application for naturalization. All volunteers must attend a two-hour training prior to the workshop where they will learn the basics of citizenship and naturalization, the filing process, and how to complete the naturalization application.
Two training sessions will be offered -- both May 10 and 11, from 6-8 p.m., at Family Focus-Aurora, 550 Second Ave., Aurora.
Volunteer Attorneys are also needed. Training for attorneys will take place from 6-8 p.m., May 8, at Family Focus-Aurora, 550 Second Ave., Aurora. Attorneys will receive training on how to screen applicants, identify issues and determine eligibility for naturalization. For more information contact Mireya Luna at email@example.com or at (630) 256-7015.