“Lose Your Fear of the Citizenship Exam” was widely accepted at Frederick!

With great reception we held on March 7th, the MIRA USA workshop “Lose Your Fear of the Citizenship Exam”, where approximately 50 people who attended benefited from the information on how to apply for citizenship, the most common mistakes when Apply and the necessary requirements to become a US citizen. This workshop was held at the…

Great Resume Workshop in Dover NJ!

On February 1th, 2020 the “Resume and interview” seminar was hosted by MIRA USA in Dover, NJ with the goal of helping immigrants in the community achieve more work opportunities. The event took place at Artes in Randolph, NJ. At this event people actively participated and benefited greatly.

This seminar was directed by four professionals with experience in human resources, and included information about techniques used to strengthen a resume for a competitive job, and how to prepare for an interview in the U.S. Additionally, those who attended had the opportunity to have their resumes revised and edited to improve them.…

More residents benefit from a citizenship workshop in Tampa

Tampa, FL – With the company of immigration agent Lorimar Vega and lawyer Jorge Rivera, more residents in Tampa Bay received information about the naturalization process and also updated resources to obtain the American citizenship. In a period of two hours, detailed information about the naturalization process was presented, the N-400 application was studied with…

Taller de Cidadanía Norwalk Connecticut

Norwalk Connecticut – the second workshop to lose the fear of the Citizenship Exam

With the participation of an immigration officer was held on Saturday July 20 in the city of Norwalk Connecticut the second workshop to lose the fear of the Citizenship Exam. The number of assistants at Norwalk Public Library was 36 people, including 6 foreigns (Non-Spanish speakers) who lived an intense simulation, in which they interacted…

Citizenship Workshop in Orlando, FL.

Orlando, FL – On September 22nd, in the city of Orlando, Florida, with the participation of USCIS, Mi Familia Vota, and the Consulate of Mexico, approximately 60 people of many nationalities, including Mexican, Venezuelan, Colombian, Dominican, Peruvian, Ecuadorian, Bolivian, and Cuban; and participants of all ages, gathered to enjoy the citizenship workshop, an educational space…