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


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 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

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