Clinic for Legal Permanent Residents still seeking pro-bono attorneys and volunteers throughout South Florida

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Immigration attorneys and volunteers are badly needed to assist with applications, interpreting, and logistics.

Catholic Legal Services recently sounded the trumpets for professionals to assist in making a difference in their community at the May 20 New Americans Campaign Citizenship Clinic in Miami — and they received a good response. But the work must continue — and volunteers are still needed for the several upcoming clinics throughout South Florida.

The New Americans Campaign is a collaboration of local community organizations and legal service providers who, with the help of pro-bono attorneys and trained volunteers, help legal permanent residents (LPRs) become U.S. citizens by completing naturalization applications at free events throughout South Florida.

Catholic Legal Services hosts a regular series of multi-site mega events for which immigration attorneys and volunteers are needed to help complete applications, interpret, help with logistics, and perform other important tasks.CCharities-1

Volunteers must attend a mandatory training in-person or online, so please visit www.miaminac.org and click on “Become a Volunteer” on the main page to reg­ister. Also find details about upcoming volunteer training dates on the website. Click on the “Get Involved” tab to find this information. For information, contact Jesus Torres Nunez at jtorres@cclsmiami.org.


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