Get Free Citizenship Assistance!

October Citizenship Day
Date: Saturday October 1st 
Location: Yakima and Renton

Time: 10am-1pm, Walk ins only. *Arrive early if you can!

Yakima: Yakima Valley Community College
Deccio Building
building located on S 12th Ave
between W Baker St & W Stewart St
Yakima, WA 98902

Renton: Renton Technical College
Building C
3000 NE 4th St
Renton, WA 98056

*Important note*: in order to make this clinic as safe as possible, we are still requiring that people wear a mask and show proof of vaccination status. If you are not able to, we will not be able to serve you at the clinic.

It is very important to have all the required documents ready for Citizenship Day. Click here to read the full list of documents you will need. If you have ever been arrested, detained, or have had to appear in court, you will need all the certified court documents and police reports. 

On average clients spend 2-4 hours at Citizenship Day, but sometimes longer. Bring snacks or whatever you might need during that time!

 If you have any questions or would like to make an appointment, please feel free to contact us at (206) 926-3924 by call or text. You can also reach us at wna@weareoneamerica.org. 

 

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.