Citizen Workshop @ AADL

If you've been thinking of becoming a U.S. citizen, AADL is holding a workshop on the topic. You can meet with an attorney or law student to begin the steps in the process. Attorney Ruby Robinson from the Michigan Immigrant Rights Center will discuss the steps in becoming a citizen. It's best if you call the MIRC ahead to register so they can get some documents ready for you at 734-998-6100 ext. 459. Bring copies of your documents or plan on making copies at aadl.org. The workshop is Sunday April 14 from 1:00-4:00 on the 4th Floor of the downtown library. For a list of documents you'll need to bring, click on 'Read More'.

Documents to Bring to the Workshop:
A copy of your Permanent Resident Card (also known as Green Card)- both sides
Two passport-style photos (2”x2”) of yourself.
Your driver’s license or state identification card.
Your Social Security number (we do not need the card itself)
Tax returns for the past three years
If you are married to a U.S. citizen, his/her birth certificate and/or certificate of naturalization
All marriage certificates and divorce records
Your children’s birth certificates
A list of your residences for the past 5 years.
A list of your employers (and/or schools) for the past 5 years.
A list of every trip you’ve taken outside the U.S. (including trips to Canada and Mexico) since you became a permanent resident.

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