The Archdiocese of Los Angeles is partnering with the U.S. Department of State’s office of Passport Services to offer a free passport workshop on Saturday, August 17.
The workshop, which will be held at the San Gabriel Mission from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., is open to anyone who needs help applying for a U.S. passport book or card.
“As part of our effort to educate the community on being faithful and responsible citizens, we are partnering with the Office of Passport Services to offer a turn-key solution for people who need to facilitate a first-time passport,” said Isaac Cuevas, Director of Immigration and Public Affairs for the Archdiocese.
The event is the first-ever Passport Workshop hosted by the Archdiocese’s Office of Immigration Affairs and is the latest in a series of workshops hosted by the office.
Staff will be available to answer questions and help with forms and applications in Spanish and English. To learn more about this workshop visit thenextamerica.org/passport.
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