LEAD – a Professional development program for young women immigrants – INFORMATION SESSION
8 free workshops
Learn about the job search process, resume writing, US workplace culture, job interviews, networking, public speaking, teamwork, and much more! For more details, click on the link above.
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Senior Librarian, at The New York Public Library at
212.340.0839 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Citizenship Fair | The New York Public Library
Applying for citizenship can be an exciting time for many immigrants. New York Public Library understands that it is a complicated and costly process that can be challenging to complete. On May 20, 2017, Mid-Manhattan Library will be hosting an all-day Citizenship Fair. The event will take place between . The fair will feature local and government agencies, ready to assist new Americans with their citizenship applications. This free program is open to the public. Representatives from federal, state, and city agencies will be on-site offering presentations and workshops to help residents learn more about the resources available to manage the citizenship application, its cost and submission. Presentations include:
- An overview of the process and requirements for qualifying and studying for the exam by U.S. Citizenship and, Immigration Services
- Citizenship Eligibility and Application process with Lutheran Social Services of New York
- If you are unable to come to the fair, please keep in mind that The New York Public Library offers a wide-range of services to assist New Yorkers with their citizenship needs, including the recently-launched NYCitizenship, which provides legal services and financial counseling at select libraries in the five boroughs, in partnership with the Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs.
For more information about what’s available at the Library, please visit NYPL’s Immigrant Services Page.