USCIS Voter Registration
We are a collective of organizations such as: New American Pathways, Georgia Association for Latino Elected Officials, The League of Women Voters of Georgia, Center for Pan Asian Community Services, Georgia Coalition for the People's Agenda, and ProGeorgia that help new citizens register to vote. For instance, in 2018 we were able to register 8,179 new citizens! Thus, we are very proud that you are joining us in this important endeavour in registering multiple individuals at the first moment they are eligible to vote.
Location for USCIS ceremonies: USCIS, 2150 Parklake Dr. NE, Atlanta 30345.
Parking for USCIS ceremonies: at USCIS, overflow at DoubleTree, NOT Kroger.
All volunteers who are assigned to morning ceremonies at USCIS must arrive at 8:45 am and all volunteers who are assigned to afternoon ceremonies at USCIS must arrive at 1:00 pm. Remember all of you have to bring an ID to be able to enter the building. Lately USCIS is taking a bit longer than before, so ceremonies might run late. Hence, we do not really know till what time we will be done registering all people to vote (It usually takes 2 to 2 1/2 hours).
Please read the attached document before you volunteer at a ceremony!
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact Angie F. Chermanz Monroy at [email protected]
USCIS Field Office
2150 Parklake Dr NE, Atlanta, GA 30345
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