ACC to Host U.S. Citizenship Workshop
Saturday, November 16th, 2013
The Arab American Cultural and Community Center in collaboration with Catholic Charities and Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) will conduct a U.S. Citizenship workshop on Saturday, November 16th, 2013 as part of Houston Citizenship Month. The event will be held at the Arab American Cultural and Community Center, 10555 StanCliff Road, Houston, Texas 77099 from 10:00 AM 3:00 PM.
This workshop will help those in the Great Houston area with their naturalization process by providing N-400 application assistance, passport photos, and free application consultation from volunteer attorneys, and study materials to prepare for the naturalization interview.
This naturalization workshop is part of Houston Citizenship Month, an annual volunteer- driven event that celebrates Houston’s civic diversity. During this month, the City of Houston will join other educational, community, faith-based and corporate organizations to host events throughout the city that celebrate the many social and economic contributions and accomplishments of all people who call Houston home.
For more information and volunteer opportunities, please contact the ACC office at (832) 351-3366
About the ACC: The ACC is a nonprofit, nonpolitical and non-religious institution with the sole mission to serve the Arab American community through cultural programs, outreach and social services; promoting Arab heritage and fostering a greater understanding of Arab Culture amongst the Houston community at large by serving as a liaison and resource center.
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