Mark your calendars for tomorrow, Sept. 7 at 3 PM EST/Noon PST as Mariela Melero, Chief of the USCIS Office of Public Engagement, discusses the resources available for citizenship services and how to avoid immigration services scams in Club Digital’s online chat.
Tomorrow’s chat is one in a series in which Administration officials will be engaging online readers on issues from education, to citizenship services, to health care in collaboration with Club Digital, a free bilingual Internet training course for the Hispanic community launched by ImpreMedia, one of the nation’s leading Hispanic media companies.
Ms. Melero’s bilingual chat will focus on the newly launched Citizenship toolkit, walk participants through resources available through www.uscis.gov, and answer non case specific questions about the immigration process.
Ms. Melero will also provide information on the Unauthorized Practice of Immigration Law (UPIL), an initiative launched earlier this summer which seeks to educate customers on immigration scams and how they can protect themselves from those who seek to exploit them. UPIL reminds immigrants that the wrong help can hurt.
Our goal is to connect the community with the government resources available so share this information with your friends and family and tune in tomorrow Sept. 7 at 3 PM EST/Noon PST at www.club-digital.com/live.
Also, mark your calendars to tune in to an upcoming chat with Mayra Alvarez, Director of Public Health Policy in the Office of Health Reform, Department of Health & Human Services, on September 26th (Time TBD).
Posted by Edna Ruano, Chief of the Office of Communications, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services