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Veterans Pathway to Citizenship

Veterans Pathway to Citizenship Workshop offered at Modesto Library

Veterans may be eligible for expedited citizenship

Veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces, who are not U.S. citizens, are invited to a citizenship workshop at the Modesto Library, Thursday, Feb. 13, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Free, individual legal assistance to veterans seeking citizenship and/or naturalization, and their families, will be available at this workshop. Veterans may be eligible for expedited citizenship because of their military service.

In addition, veterans will have the opportunity to learn about state and federal benefits they have earned. The Veterans Pathway to Citizenship Workshop is made possible through a partnership of the California Department of Veterans Affairs (CalVet) Minority Veterans Division, California Human Development and the Modesto Library.

Advance registration is required. Please visit to sign up. The workshop will be held in the downstairs auditorium of the Modesto Library, located at 1500 I St. Free parking is available in the parking lot behind the library or on surrounding streets.

For more information, please contact the CalVet Minority Veterans Division at or 916-651-3054. For help with registration, please visit the Modesto Library or call 209-558-7814. Information about this and other library programs can be found at, under the “Events and Classes” tab.

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