MIRA citizenship application assistance
UPCOMING CITIZENSHIP APPLICATION ASSISTANCE CLINICS (click on link above if interested in applying for citizenship!) :
- Tuesday, June 13 in Woburn (Public Library) – click here if you want to volunteer
- Friday, July 7 in Lowell (Center for Hope & Healing) – click here if you want to volunteer
- Tuesday, July 25 in Boston (Copley Library) – click here if you want to volunteer
- More coming soon in Boston, Burlington, Medford, Worcester, and more!
Want us to help you with your citizenship application? We are not in the office every day, but MIRA is still providing free application assistance by phone, video conferencing and email, and in the office by appointment. To get started, call 617-350-5480, ext. 200 and leave a message (we will call you back!). You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Citizenship Fee Update: The citizenship application fee continues to be $725 and fee waivers continue to be available for those who cannot afford the cost. However, the fees could increase at any time so contact us now if you think you’re eligible.
Here’s what you can expect:
We’ll guide you through the naturalization form, step by step, including a waiver for the federal fees if you qualify. We will also help you gather any documents you will need.
These are the steps to help you apply for citizenship:
- A team member will call you and make sure you can apply.
- You will be scheduled for an application assistance appointment.
- Another team member will review the final application with you to make sure the application is correct.
We will keep a copy of your documents in our office, and receive U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS) notices about your citizenship appointments so we can inform you when you are scheduled for an appointment with immigration. Learn more about what to expect after your application is submitted!
If you have any additional questions, please contact email@example.com.
We look forward to assisting you!
We are grateful to our partners the Ali Family Fund for Naturalization, and the state Citizenship for New Americans Program, for making this work possible!