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DEALING WITH THE APRIL 30TH DEADLINE

FREE IMMIGRATION ADVICE AND FREE ASSISTANCE WITH FAMILY PETITIONS

 

 

Non-citizens who live in New York City can get free advice on determining eligibility for filing before the April 30th deadline as well as free assistance with filing family petitions.

 

What: Informational session on eligibility for family petitions, labor certifications, and other employment-based petitions.

When: Wednesday, April 4th, 2001, from 7-9 p.m.

Where: The New York City Bar, 42 West 44th Street (between 5th and 6th Avenues).

Cost: Free.

Contact: (888) 374-5100 (Citizenship New York City Hotline).

 

At the informational session on April 4, 2001, those qualifying and needing assistance in filing family petitions will be given an appointment to return on April 14, 2001, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.You MUST attend the informational session on April 4, 2001, to get an appointment on April 14.

 

People interested in filing family petitions should bring birth certificates, passports, and documents of entry, marriage certificates or any other documents of identification.To attend or for more information, please call the Citizenship New York City Hotline at (888) 374-5100.

 

This initiative is sponsored by the City Bar Fund and the City Barís Committee on Immigration and Nationality Law, in conjunction with the American Immigration Lawyers Association, New York Chapter, The New York Immigration Coalition, Citizenship NYC, the New York State Bar Association, Governor George E. Patakiís Citizenship Unit, Brooklyn Law School, CUNY School of Law at Queens College, Columbia Law School, Fordham University School of Law, New York Law School, and New York University School of Law.

 

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