Citizenship Application Assistance

Get assistance Virtually! Contact our office about applying for citizenship- or give us a call 703-534-9805 ext. 252

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We currently provide remote naturalization assistance  through a workshop model with:

  • Legal consultation
  • Postage
  • Assistance in form preparation
  • Reminder calls throughout the process  

Workshop cases cost $160- ($100) legal consultation and ($60) for the form preparation and postage. You are still responsible for the USCIS fee of $725. if you are receiving food stamps, Medicaid or are experiencing financial burden, you may qualify for a fee waiver.

To sign up for our upcoming virtual workshop, you must have a consultation first. 

Workshop Date:

Our next workshop day is February 11th from 11am -3pm.

In order to participate in this workshop, you must have a consultation prior to February 1st.

Please click here to schedule your consultation.

Please note that all of our appointments are remote unless indicated otherwise. 

What will I need to do before my appointment?

  1. Complete my intake sheet- I will receive an email from Sign Now for me to complete electronically.
  2. I will also receive an email from the citizenship team with instructions on where to send the required documents.

What documents will I need?

  1. Legal Permanent Resident card, also known as a “green card”.
      1. Card must not expire within the next 6 months, or be already expired.
    • All passports, current and expired, that you have used since you became a resident.
      • If you are an asylee or refugee please use your travel document
    • A Money Order payable to “US Department of Homeland Security” for $725.
        1. Applicants with low income may qualify to pay a lower fee. To see if you qualify, please bring this up at your consultation.
      • Dates and addresses for the last 5 years for places where you have worked, lived, and studied.

      • Are you married? You need to know your marriage date and your spouse’s birthdate, green card number, current address and employer’s name.

      • Have you been married before? You need to know your prior spouse’s name, immigration status at the end of marriage, place & date of birth, marriage date, and divorce date. Please share a photo the divorce certificate or death certificate.
        • Has your spouse been married before? You need to know their prior spouse’s name, place & date of birth, marriage date, and divorce date. Please share a photo of the divorce certificate.
      • Do you have children? You need to know each child’s place & date of birth, green card number, and current address. This includes all children, including those who are adopted and deceased.

      • Have you EVER gotten a driving ticket? Look up your DMV record here. (
      • Have you EVER been arrested or gone to court? Bring all court dispositions. Depending on the seriousness of any criminal charges you have, Hogar reserves the right to decide whether or not to represent you at the workshop.

      • Are you on an IRS payment plan? Please share proof of your most recent payments.
      • Men only: Bring proof of registration with the Selective Service. If you are between the age of 18 and 26, go to and register! It’s the law.

      For any other questions about remote naturalization assistance, please call us at (703) 534-9805 ext252, 703-940-2851 or e-mail us at