Apply for citizenship on citizenship day. Join Florida New Americans, AILA South Florida and the South Florida AFL-CIO in a one-stop workshop to help you on your road to citizenship. Meet with trained specialists to determine your eligibility and speak with an attorney to review your application. Fee waiver are available for those who are eligible. WALK INS are welcomed from 10am-1pm.
QUESTIONS? come to our info session on September 8th at 6pm at the AFL-CIO office to find our more details about your eligibility and what to bring on Citizenship Day.
If you are interested in Volunteering for Florida New Americans, register by clicking on this link –> bit.ly/FNAregister
Yuleidy C. González Nieto, originally from Colombia, migrated to the United States along with her family at the age of 9. After years of being undocumented herself, today, she volunteers with Florida New Americans helping immigrants in South Florida apply for citizenship and make a change.
Yuleidy Gonzalez Nieto shares with Fusion her motivation to become a volunteer.
“It wasn’t until quite recently that I received my green card in the mail.” said Gonzalez Nieto. “I feel like I’m going through the process with them.”
To become a Florida New American Volunteer, registers HERE.
CLICK HERE to view the Fusion interview with Yuleidy C. González Nieto.
We have a full schedule of citizenship clinics scheduled for the month of May and we need you to make them happen. Go to bit.ly/FNAregister to register to volunteer.
Why Volunteer at Florida New Americans?
- Build relationships with like minded individuals in your community
- Considering law school? Get a mentor from one of our legal partner organizations
- Get community service hours or service learning credits
- Receive training on various immigration topics and other community resources