There are over 250,000 legal permanent residents eligible for naturalization in the Inland Empire. On a daily basis and at no cost, TODEC is assisting eligible low-income residents with the naturalization process. In addition to the Citizenship Application Assistance Workshops, TOCED offers the following workshops: Citizenship Application Assistance, DACA Renewal Application Assistance, Know Your Rights, Deportation Defense Education, Public Charge & Policy Updates and Immigration Relief Screenings.
TODEC’s Free Citizenship Application Assistance Workshops
December 1, 2020
William Martinez, 11, left, is hugged by his mother Jenny Martinez during a rally outside of the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), Friday, May 19, 2017, in Miramar, Fla. Members of the immigrant community protested against what they call "silent raids," with undocumented immigrants being arrested when they report to immigration offices for routine appointments. Martinez came to the U.S. with her son from El Salvador, and is hoping to apply for asylum due to domestic violence she suffered in El Salvador. She fears being deported. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)