Volunteer with Project Citizenship
Volunteer and pro bono service increases our capacity to serve immigrants, keeps our organization cost-efficient, and involves community members in the transformative process of citizenship.
By volunteering, you get hands-on experience and training from citizenship experts and connect with diverse immigrants from across the globe. Attorneys and law students can fulfill pro bono requirements. Most importantly, you give back to immigrant communities by helping overcome barriers to naturalization.
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What can I do as a volunteer?
Participate in a Citizenship Workshop
Application assistance: Complete naturalization applications with pre-screened applicants. Open to non-attorneys; one-hour training required.
Quality control: Review completed applications with pre-screened applicants. Reserved for licensed attorneys and DOJ Accredited Representatives; one-hour training required.
Check out: Direct applicants to sign forms, and discuss fee waiver/payment and next steps through naturalization interview. Open to non-attorneys; 30-minute training required.
Advocate at Naturalization Interviews
Interview Representation: Attend naturalization interviews with applicants with disabilities to advocate for approval of a medical disability waiver. Reserved for licensed attorneys and DOJ Accredited Representatives; one-hour training required.
Eligibility Intake and Interpretation
Are you multilingual? Interpret telephonically and/or in-person for eligibility intake calls, appointments to complete citizenship applications, and naturalization interviews.
Help screen applicants for citizenship eligibility and increase language accessibility with your language skills! Requires regular availability; 30-minute training required.
See below upcoming volunteer opportunities. After registering, look for emailed confirmation with details.