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International Rescue Committee in Northern California

Naturalization Workshop Volunteer

Becoming a citizen provides security for individuals and their families. Help people to access their rights and immigration options in the U.S.

Posted October 16, 2019

The IRC is committed to providing accessible immigration and citizenship legal services to communities in need. We need your help at our citizenship/naturalization workshops to assist individuals applying for naturalization. As a volunteer you will assist IRC clients with completing intake forms, citizenship applications (N-400) and fee waiver (I-912) or reduced fee (I-942) requests as applicable.

Project Plan

Preparation Phase

  • Attend your first workshop
  • Sign up for a virtual training evening

Collaboration Phase

Details to be provided at a later date

Wrap Up

Details to be provided at a later date

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Additional Information

  • Time Commitment: 6-10 hours
  • Training Provided: Yes
  • Additional Training Details: Training is completed online, usually in the evenings. Alternatively, training videos can be provided to volunteers who cannot make the online training dates.
  • Site-Preference: On-Site
  • Open to Law Students: No
  • IRC in Turlock
  • 2925 Niagra St
  • Turlock, CA 95382
  • Bar License(s) required: Any Bar License
  • Required Languages: None
  • Mentoring Provided: Yes
  • Supervision Provided: Yes
International Rescue Committee in Northern California

The International Rescue Committee (IRC) responds to the world’s worst humanitarian crises and helps people to survive and rebuild their lives. At work in over 40 countries and 22 U.S. cities to restore safety, dignity and hope, the IRC leads the way from harm to home. Domestically, our 22 offices across the U.S. ensure refugees, asylees, victims of trafficking and immigrants have the tools to gain self-sufficiency and economic empowerment.

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