The next citizenship clinic will be on Saturday, December 2, beginning at 10am at South Park Community Center, 8319 8th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98108. Appointments are required. You will meet one-on-one with experienced immigration attorneys and volunteers who will assess your eligibility, help you complete the citizenship application, and review your application. Make sure you bring all your documents. If you have ever been arrested or convicted of a crime, even a minor crime, you must obtain your final court disposition for EACH offense.

To request an appointment, please fill out the intake form here. You can also call or text us at 206-926-3924 to request an appointment if you have any trouble with the intake form. Filling out the intake form does not guarantee you an appointment.

If you can’t attend our next clinic, don’t worry! You can receive the same assistance at little to no cost at a nonprofit immigration services provider – find one near you here, and make an appointment. Or, you can contact a trusted immigration attorney near you. We also recommend CitizenshipWorks, a safe, free online tool that helps you begin filling out the application for citizenship yourself.

What are citizenship days and clinics?

Citizenship Day is a FREE, day-long workshop where volunteer immigration attorneys, paralegals, and interpreters come together to provide assistance with citizenship applications. All lawful permanent residents (“green card” holders) interested in applying for U.S. citizenship are welcome to participate.

The Washington New Americans Program is a partnership between OneAmerica and the Washington State Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). Since the program began in 2008, we have held workshops across Washington State, including Aberdeen, Bellingham, Bremerton, Centralia, Des Moines, Mount Vernon, Moses Lake, Olympia, Pasco, Port Angeles, Renton, SeaTac, Seattle, Spokane, Sunnyside, Tacoma, Tukwila, Vancouver, Walla Walla, Wenatchee, White Center, and Yakima, and helped more than 3,000 people apply for citizenship.