March 9, 2019 | American Gateways, Alamo Community College/Palo Alto College

Citizenship Workshop - San Antonio, TX

Date: Saturday, March 9 2019

Time: 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Location: Palo Alto College Ozuna Library & Learning Center

114 W. Villaret Blvd.

San Antonio, TX, 78224

Services Offered: Citizenship Application Assistance (Form N-400)

Study Materials Provided: Yes

Maximum Attendance: 100

Registration Information: No.

Lead Organization: American Gateways, Alamo Community College/Palo Alto College

Languages Available: English, Spanish

For More Info: Volunteer Coordinator, Sarahi Calderon (210) 521-4768 ext. 237

Volunteer Info: Description of the roles for the volunteers: Attorneys & BIA Reps are needed to assist with the pre-screening. The Attorney�s & BIA reps will be checking throughout to see if the applicant qualifies for citizenship. The Attorneys and BIA will also review of citizenship applications for accuracy and to spot any red flags missed during pre-screening. Can commit to the entirety of the event from 9 am to 3 pm or for pre-screening only from 9 am until about 12 noon or just for check-out (where applications are reviewed) from 11 am until about 4 p.m. Volunteers are needed to help qualified Legal Permanent Residents complete their citizenship applications. Training will be provided prior to the workshop on the morning of the event at the location. Other volunteer opportunities will be to help direct traffic to the appropriate location, line coordinators, registration, and the close- out table.

Required Documents:


-Driver's license or State issued I.D.

-Social Security Card

-Legal Permanent Residency Card

TRIPS OUTSIDE THE U.S.(month/day/year)

-Dates of all trips, over 24 hours, outside the United States since becoming a legal pqermanent resident.

-Destination traveled to


last five years (month/year)

-Complete addresses for the past five years.

-Dates moved in and moved out of the residence.


last five years (month/year)

-Names, dates, and addresses of all employers for the past five years.

-Title of positions held.


-Date and location of any arrest.

-Nature of the offense.

-Outcome of the case.

-Police report and court disposition.


-Names of all children.

-Date of birth.

-Country of birth.

-Number of all children.

-City and state of where they live.


Present Spouse:



-Country of Birth.

-Date of Birth.

-Date of marriage by Law.

-Social Security Number.

-Number from spouse's green card.

-Date and Place of Naturalization.

-Immigration status


Former Spouse:


-Date of marriage.

-Date marriage ended.

-Divorce/death certificate.

-Immigration status.

If your spouse was previously married, the same information is required about your spouse's ex-husband/ex-wife.


-Selective Service Number and date registered.

All males born after 1960 and in the US between the ages of 18 to 26, must register with selective service.

To verify your registration status or if you are between the ages of 18 to 26 and want to register, call (847) 688-6888 or visit