USCIS Multilingual Public Engagements: National Arabic-Language November 19th

Dear Friends:

On Wednesday, November 19th, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. (Eastern), U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will conduct a national Arabic-language engagement (Musharakah) as part of our ongoing series of multilingual public engagements. Each Musharakah will focus on an immigration-related topic and include a presentation and Q&A session with USCIS officials. During the event, USCIS spokespersons will provide explanations of the law, regulations, and forms, but do not offer legal advice or provide case specific information.

Our first national Musharakah session will promote the Office of Citizenship’s Initiative: The Naturalization process – Becoming a United States Citizen. The event will be held from the Arab American Museum in Dearborn, Michigan and stakeholders may participate:

In person at the Arab American Museum located at: 13624 Michigan Avenue, Dearborn, MI 48126;
Via live Web stream at;
By calling us toll-free on 1-888-769-9409 (password: Musharakah);
By emailing us a question at


By sending us a question prior to the event via Twitter at @USCIS

The USCIS Public Engagement Division looks forward to your participation. Please feel free to forward this information to those with interest in this important event.

For further information:

Please email us at:

and reference “Arabic” in the subject line and include your full name, email address, and the organization you represent. You may also visit us at

and follow us on Twitter in Arabic (@uscis) or YouTube (/uscis).

Merrilyn Onisko
Community Relations Officer
USCIS, New Orleans District Office, District 11
1250 Poydras Street
New Orleans, LA 70113
(504) 571-2508


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