Naturalization and Legal Services

dec-2815-deo-ha-minh-4Naturalization Services

ReWA offers help to refugees and immigrants who want assistance with the naturalization process.

  • Bilingual staff who speak English, Arabic, Kurdish, Vietnamese,  Russian, and Ukrainian, to help clients complete application forms (N400, fee waiver, and medical disability waiver) and remind them of key appointments.
  • A staff attorney to answer naturalization questions.
  • Classes to help applicants prepare for the 100 citizenship questions. Students also work with instructors and in small groups to practice for the reading, writing, and speaking portion of the naturalization interview.
  • Mock interviews to practice for the naturalization interview.
  • Legal representation at the interview, as needed, to help address complicated issues, e.g. a criminal history or medical disability.

003Citizenship Clinics

ReWA partners with the City of Seattle’s Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs and others within the community to offer special and free one day events to help eligible residents apply for citizenship. These events work best for residents who do not have special issues associated with their naturalization application. 

For more information about upcoming events or to sign up for assistance, call (206) 386-9090 or click here.


Green Card Application Assistance

ReWA assists refugees who have been in the U.S. for less than five years with their green card application. Our staff speak English, Arabic, Kurdish, Russian, and Somali.

For more information, contact Husham at 253.204.4686 or Yana at 253.859.6197
 


Low Cost Immigration Services

For modest fees, ReWA helps immigrants and refugees with a number of immigration issues such as petitioning for family members, employment authorizations, applications for travel documents, and green card replacement. 

For more information, call Annie 206.721.0243 extension 229

Citizenship classes

ReWA offers citizenship classes at its offices in Seattle and SeaTac.

Level 1 Class will focus on the reading and writing portions of the test, as well as covering civics questions and vocabulary from the citizenship application.

Seattle Main office:
Level 1: Saturdays 9:00 – 10:30am
Level 2: Saturdays 10:30am – 12pm
All levels: Wednesday 6 – 9pm

South King County class – coming soon. Call to register

To enroll in a Citizenship Class, contact one of our bilingual staff: Yennhi (Vietnamese) – 206.721.5297 / Husham Azeez (Arabic/Kurdish) – 253. 204.4686/ Annie 206.721.0243 x229