To sign up to volunteer at our Citizenship Days or Citizenship Roving Clinics please fill out the form below. Step 1 of 250%Thank you for your interest in volunteering! Please complete the form below in order to sign up. If you have any questions or problems, email us at email@example.com.Please indicate which of our events you would like to sign up for.* 5.19.2018 Bellingham Roving Clinic. Western Washington University. Bellingham, WA 6.9.2018 Walla Walla Roving Clinic. Pioneer Methodist Church, Walla Walla, WA.Carpooling*I need a rideI have a ride / I can drive myselfI can drive myself and othersName* First Last Email* Enter Email Confirm Email Phone*Address* Street Address Address Line 2 City ZIP / Postal Code State*WashingtonIdahoOregon Do you speak a foreign language?* Amharic Bosnian Burmese Cantonese Chinese Croatian French Hindi Japanese Khmer Korean Mandarin Nepali Oromo Russian Serbian Somali Spanish Tagalog Tigrinya Ukrainian Vietnamese Other language (please fill in below) No other languageI speak another language(s) not listed:Volunteer demographicsThe above information is used for grant-reporting purposes only, your personal information will not be shared. Check all that apply. I have previously volunteered for Citizenship Day and/or OneAmericaVolunteer roles*Select the role you would like to fulfill and then answer the applicable questions for that role. We will assign you to a volunteer role based on need and availability for each site.AttorneyBIA Accredited RepresentativeParalegalInterpreterGeneralAttorney Attorneys meet one-on-one with clients to determine eligibility for naturalization, answer questions, review applications for accuracy, and provide further instructions for follow up or filing. Attorneys may also review the work of other attorneys during client check out. To volunteer as an attorney you must:Be a licensed immigration attorneyHave been in practice for at least two yearsHave completed at least five (5) N-400 applications over the course of those two years, ANDHave malpractice insurance If you would like to volunteer as an attorney, but do not fulfill the minimum requirements, you may still be able to volunteer. Contact Margaret O'Donnell firstname.lastname@example.org, or Sarah Sumadi email@example.com For additional questions about the attorney requirements, please contact: Margaret O'Donnell, Chairs, AILA Citizenship Day Committee firstname.lastname@example.org, If you have previously volunteered as an Attorney at Citizenship Day or a Roving Attorney Clinic, what role did you fulfill? Paralegal Attorney Quality Review Criminal AttorneyCheck all that apply.I hold a current State Bar License in:*AlabamaAlaskaArizonaArkansasCaliforniaColoradoConnecticutDelawareFloridaGeorgiaHawaiiIdahoIllinoisIndianaIowaKansasKentuckyLouisianaMaineMarylandMassachusettsMichiganMinnesotaMississippiMissouriMontanaNebraskaNevadaNew HampshireNew JerseyNew MexicoNew YorkNorth CarolinaNorth DakotaOhioOklahomaOregonPennsylvaniaRhode IslandSouth CarolinaSouth DakotaTennesseeTexasUtahVermontVirginiaWashingtonWest VirginiaWisconsinWyomingNumber of years practicing immigration law?*Less than 2 years2 to 5 years5 to 10 yearsMore than 10 yearsNumber of N-400 (naturalization) applications filed?*Less than 5 applications5 to 10 applications20 to 50 applicationsMore than 50 applicationsDo you have experience with crimes and immigration implications?If yes, please describe your experienceBIA Accredited Representative BIA Accredited Representatives meet one on one with clients to determine eligibility for naturalization, answer questions, review applications for accuracy, and provide further instructions for follow up or filing.If you have previously volunteered as a BIA Accredited Representative at Citizenship Day or a Roving Attorney Clinic, what role did you fulfill?* Screening Clients Quality Review Paralegal Screening Attorney Quality ReviewNumber of years as a BIA Accredited Representative?*Less than 2 years2 to 5 years5 to 10 yearsMore than 10 yearsNumber of N-400 (naturalization) applications filed?*Less than 5 applications5 to 10 applications20 to 50 applicationsMore than 50 applicationsDo you have experience with crimes and immigration implications?If yes, please describe your experience.General Event Support General volunteers, as directed by the Site Coordinator, help with set up / take down of the facility, signage, client intake, routing of clients through the facility, copying and assembling documents, answering non-legal questions, passing out information, and helping with food and drinks for volunteers.Special Skills and volunteer interests (Optional)Check as many as apply. I can answer basic computer questions (help show other volunteers how to save files on laptops, use basic programs such as Adobe Reader and Dropbox, and/or troubleshoot network connections) I have transportation and am willing to help transport supplies if needed I am interested in helping with pre- and/or post- event work (such as outreach, citizenship hotline and data entry)InterpreterInterpreters provide verbatim interpretation between clients and the paralegals, attorneys, and other volunteer staff. Interpreters ensure clients and paralegals/attorneys understand each other and the contents of all forms and documents needed for naturalization. Interpreters CANNOT provide legal advice except as direct translation of advice given by an attorney.Number of years of experience as an interpreter?*Less than 1 year1 to 3 years3 to 5 yearsMore than 5 yearsI am able to provide interpretation in the following language(s)*Check all that apply. Amharic Bosnian Burmese Cantonese Chinese Croatian French Hindi Japanese Khmer Korean Mandarin Nepali Oromo Russian Serbian Somali Spanish Tagalog Tigrinya Ukranian Vietnamese Other language (please fill in below)Other language is not listed:Form Completion Form Completers meet one on one with clients to help fill out N-400 (naturalization) and I-912 (fee waiver) applications. Form Completers CANNOT provide legal advice. This is a great role for certified paralegals as well as attorneys and law students seeking to gain experience in immigration law.What is your paralegal experience?*Check all that apply. I am a certified paralegal I am a law student or paralegal student I have immigration-related experience I have completed an N-400 before I have completed an I-912 fee waiver [for an N-400] beforeSpecial accomodations neededPlease let us know of any special accommodations we should consider when assigning you a role.Volunteer agreement*By completing this form, I commit to attending the Citizenship Day indicated below. In the event I become unable to attend, I will give 48-hours advance notice. I understand training attendance is mandatory for all new volunteers as well as veteran volunteers who have not attended a training in the past year. If I am fulfilling the volunteer attorney role, I certify I have a valid State Bar License, two years of immigration experience, and have completed at least five N-400 (naturalization) applications (or I received prior approval to volunteer in this role without meeting these requirements). I have read, understand, and agree to these requirements:YesNoDo you have any additional comments, questions, or concerns we should know about?