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POSTPONED: Citizenship Clinics 2020: Free

3/13/2020 10:00 AM

POSTPONED: Citizenship Clinics 2020: Free


Asian Americans Advancing Justice - Atlanta will be conducting a series of Free Citizenship Clinics with our partners around Georgia and also hold our monthly Free Clinic in Lawrenceville, Lilburn, Chamblee, Centerville, and Clarkston. All clinics are First come, first serve, 10am to 12pm (See below for details)

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Monthly Free Clinic at Chamblee Library 4115 Clairmont Rd, Chamblee, GA 30341

• January 17
• February 3
• March 2
• April 6
• May 1
• June 5
• July 10
• August 7
• September 4
• October 2
• November 6
• December 4

Monthly Free Clinic at Lawrenceville , 1001 Lawrenceville Hwy, Lawrenceville, GA 30046

• February 14
• March 13
• April 10
• May 18
• June 12
• July 20
• August 17
• September 11
• October 9
• November 13
• December 11

Monthly Free Clinic at Lilburn Public Library, 4817 Church St. NW, Lilburn, GA 30047

• January 24
• February 21
• March 20
• April 17
• May 22
• June 19
• July 17
• August 21
• September 18
• October 16
• November 20

Monthly Free Clinic at Clarkston Library, DeKalb County Public Library 951 N. Indian Creek Drive Clarkston, GA 30021

• February 28
• March 27
• April 24
• June 1
• June 15
• July 24
• August 28
• September 25
• October 23
• November 16

Citizenship Preparation at OneStop Centerville 3025 Bethany Church Road, Snellville

• January 21
• February 18
• March 16
• April 21


Do I Qualify?
• You are 18 or older
• You have not committed a crime
• You read, write, and speak basic English
• You have had a green card for 5 years OR your spouse is a U.S. citizen and you have had a green card for 3 years

What Do I Bring?
Please bring all of the documents concerning your legal issue to the clinic
For Citizenship Application:
• Permanent Resident card (Green card)
• Driver’s license
• Social Security card
• All your passports
• List of home addresses for the past 5 years and the dates in which you resided at these addresses
• List of employer names and addresses for the past 5 years, including the dates you worked with each employer
• List of all countries you have visited for the past 5 years with the exact dates of exit and entry to and from the United States
• If you have been cited, arrested, detained, or had to appear in court for any reason in the U.S. or abroad, bring all documents relating to the incident including a certified final disposition
• Certified final court disposition for any traffic tickets
• If married to a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident, bring your spouse’s green card/U.S. passport, marriage certificate and/or divorce decree
• If you have been married more than once, bring the biographical information regarding your former spouse(s), including their name, date and place of marriage, and date and place of dissolution of marriage
• If your current spouse has been married more than once, you will need biographical information regarding their previous spouse(s), including their name, date and place of marriage, and date and place of dissolution of the marriage
• If you have any children, bring their green card, complete name, date of birth, and social security number

$725 check or money order made out to U.S. Department of Homeland Security for a filing fee.

*If you need financial assistance, please bring your most recent tax return and/or evidence of public benefits .

Call 404-890-5655 or email at for more information.

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