CalVet Holds Workshop on Expedited Citizenship Eligibility for Vets

Brie Stimson

The next workshop in North County will be held on April 21 at the Oceanside Library

Cal Vet, in collaboration with Jewish Family Service, Catholic Charities and Legal Aid Society, held a workshop Saturday focused on helped veterans learn about their eligibility to expedite getting their U.S. citizenship or naturalization. Additionally, veterans learned about state and federal benefits they have earned through their service.

"I don’t believe a lot of veterans know that when they get [discharged], there is an opportunity to obtain your citizenship and what we’re trying to do at CalVet is to lay down that pathway, that roadmap to show them … these are the steps to do that,” Elizabeth Perez, deputy secretary, California Department of Veterans Affairs, told NBC 7.

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