The Public Law Center invites you to be part of our naturalization project by volunteering your time as a legal or non-legal volunteer at our upcoming Mega Citizenship Fair.  Legal volunteers will help clients prepare citizenship applications, while non-legal volunteers will provide interpretation. Your assistance will provide clients with a sense of confidence about applying for naturalization.
What is a legal volunteer? A legal volunteer is an attorney, law student, paralegal, or DOJ accredited representative.
Interpreters must be 18 years or older, be fluent in English and Spanish, and be able to communicate in a clear and concise manner.

There will be a joint training for legal and non-legal volunteers participating at our naturalization fair in September 2019.

September TBD, 2019  


Training Location:
Registration Time: TBD
Training Time: TBD
Training topics will include:
• Basic requirements of naturalization
• Screening for “red flag” issues
• Intersection of criminal law
• Benefits and process of applying
• What to expect at the fair
• Completing applications in one day

• Interpreting v Translation
• Modes of Interpretation
• Dos and Don’ts
• Roles and Boundaries

Naturalization Fair Event Date:
Saturday, September 21, 2019 Location: Anaheim Convention Center
800 W Katella Ave, Hall E, Anaheim, CA 92802