At least 100 people are expected to attend Citizenship Day at Columbia Basin College in Pasco on Sept. 17 for a free legal clinic to help people with their citizenship paperwork. The Washington New Americans program, along with the American Immigration Lawyers Association of Washington, have organized the semi-annual event since 2008.
At least 100 people are expected to attend Citizenship Day at Columbia Basin College in Pasco on Sept. 17 for a free legal clinic to help people with their citizenship paperwork. The Washington New Americans program, along with the American Immigration Lawyers Association of Washington, have organized the semi-annual event since 2008. File Tri-City Herald
At least 100 people are expected to attend Citizenship Day at Columbia Basin College in Pasco on Sept. 17 for a free legal clinic to help people with their citizenship paperwork. The Washington New Americans program, along with the American Immigration Lawyers Association of Washington, have organized the semi-annual event since 2008. File Tri-City Herald

Free clinic Sept. 17 in Pasco to help with citizenship applications

September 16, 2016 06:55 PM

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