As we have seen recently, there has been a strong change in the political climate in our country. Unfortunately, this has affected specific communities, mainly those in the border, such as El Paso. Every year, my office organizes a Citizenship workshop in partnership with accomplished immigration attorneys and community leaders. Now more than ever, we need to team up and support our multicultural community by providing them with the tools they need to apply for their citizenship.
This year, my office will be hosting its Third Annual Citizenship workshop that will take place on August 26, 2017 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Ysleta High School located at 8600 Alameda Avenue, El Paso, TX 79907. We are requesting for all volunteers to attend a training prior to the Citizenship Workshop. In collaboration with local immigration attorneys and non-profit organizations, we seek to assist over 100 permanent residents of El Paso looking to become U.S. citizens.
We will provide breakfast, lunch, and refreshments throughout the duration of the event.
State Representative - District 76