By Toni Earls, IIIC Citizenship Outreach Worker

The IIIC is holding its first ever Quincy Citizenship Clinic at St. John the Baptist Church hall on May 12th from 10:00 am- 11:30 am. The IIIC helps Legal Permanent Residents with the entire naturalization process, from completing the application to ESOL and citizenship classes. At this citizenship clinic, volunteers will help process citizenship applications and prepare them for submission to USCIS free of charge.  We are doing this work in partnership with the Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center.

A clinic is a great way to apply for U.S. citizenship, particularly if you have questions, are unsure about the process or your eligibility, or have simply been putting it off for years. The IIIC offers free in-office consultations about naturalization prior to clinics at which the application and supporting documentation (if needed) are explained. Individuals who take advantage of the expert advice available at the IIIC will arrive at the Quincy clinic fully prepared for application processing.

If you are a Legal Permanent Resident  and have been so for at least five years or are married to an American citizen and have been an Legal Permanent Resident for three years, you meet the most basic eligibility requirement for citizenship.

For information about the citizenship process and to register for the clinic, contact Toni Earls at the IIIC. Pre-registration for the clinic is mandatory.

Simply call or email: (617) 542-7654 ext. 26 or

St. John the Baptist Church Hall is located at 44 School Street, Quincy, MA, a short walk from the Quincy Center T station.