Free CUNY Citizenship Now! Application Assistance

NYC Council Member Mark Levine and NY State Senator Adriano Espaillat invite you to attend a FREE Application Assistance

Saturday, June 25, 2016, 11 am-2 pm

PS/MS 165 Robert E. Simon
234 West 109th Street
Indoor Gymnasium
(Entrance on 108th Street between
Amsterdam and Broadway)
New York, NY 10025

To RSVP, please call 646-664-9400

DIRECTIONS: Call 718-330-1234

You must meet the following requirements:
• Reside in the United States as a permanent resident for five years
(three years if living with and married to the same U.S. citizen)
• Live in the United States for half of the five- or three-year period
• You are at least 18 years old
What to bring:
• Green card and all passports since becoming a permanent resident
• Home addresses for the last five or three years
• Parent’s naturalization information*
• School/employment history for the last five or three years
• Children’s information (date of birth, A#, addresses)*
• Marital history
• Certified dispositions for any arrests, tickets, citations, and
MTA disposition letter*
*(If applicable)
Applicants pay a $680 filing fee to USCIS.
Please do not bring the fee to this event.

June 25, 2016 at 11am - 2pm
PS/MS 165 Robert E. Simon
234 W 109th St
New York , NY 10025
United States
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