Bay Area Volunteers

Organization Profile

Citizenship Legal Services

What We Do:

Help lawful permanent residents become a U.S. Citizens through monthly workshops; Free civics exam preparation classes for English and Spanish test takers; Low-cost legal services, by attorneys and BIA* accredited representatives, to apply for citizenship and the application fee waiver. Services are provided through workshops or one-on-one appointments for those who qualify; Low-cost legal services for children (under 18**) of parents who are or will become U.S. Citizens.

Who We Are:

Citizenship Legal Services is a unique collaborative, offering a continuum of services to help immigrants, living or working in Napa County, become U.S. Citizens who are fully integrated into the larger community. The program brings together critical partners from throughout the Napa County including legal aid providers, family resource centers, foundations and over 100 volunteers. Specific core partners include the International Institute of the Bay Area (IIBA), On The Move: McPherson Family Resource Center, Puertas Abiertas, and Up Valley Family Centers.


Immigrant & Refugee Services
Napa, CA, 94558