The New Americans Campaign provides a significant percentage of naturalization services through group processing workshops -- events serving 10-600+ lawful permanent residents (LPRs) within a single day. This group approach is critical to the Campaign's goal of significantly increasing the number of LPRs who complete their naturalization applications. It also serves as a foundation for other immigration service delivery, including future opportunities arising out of Comprehensive Immigration Reform. This toolkit provides recommendations for organizations on how to screen LPRs before a workshop for their eligibility to naturalize, as well as how to review the suitability of their case for assistance in a workshop setting.
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Title: Prescreening and Red Flag Review: A toolkit in the Group Processing Workshop Series
Publication date 2014-09-06
Publication Year 2014
Immigrant Legal Resource Center
, The New American's Campaign
North America / United States
, americans campaign
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