Tuesday, November 17, 2020

Ironic. Immigrant Naturalization Process. D.C. $$$ Contributions.

Ironic. 
 
Many U.S. citizens would like to leave for another country because of dissatisfaction and lack of change in their communities.  But others pay for the privilege to be become U.S. citizens and become the workforce in the U.S., and make changes in their communities.
 
Get involved and become a change agent in your community.
 
BEMA International
 
 


 


If you are a DC resident, the DC Mayor's Fund will cover up to $725 per person for filing fee and $100 of legal fees.

The District of Columbia Government is dedicated to making citizenship services more readily available to District employees, contractors and their families.  In partnership with the National Immigration Forum's New American Workforce, the DC Government will provide this portal to support them through their naturalization process. 

Citizens are better positioned to support their families and have a positive impact in their communities.  

Learn more


Black Emergency Managers Association International


 

1231-B Good Hope Road.  S.E.  

Washington, D.C.  20020

Office:   202-618-9097

bEMA International

Cooperation, Collaboration, Communication, Coordination, Community engagement, and  Partnering (C5&P)

 

A 501 (c) 3 organization

“You have to act as if it were possible to radically transform the world. And you have to do it all the time.” —Angela Davis

 

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