EIIC Online Citizenship Classes

May 28, 2020

The Emerald Isle Immigration Center (EIIC) has a long history of helping new immigrants assimilate into their new communities while learning about the culture and history of the United States. Through USCIS’ Citizenship and Assimilation Grant Program, EIIC continues to teach lawful permanent residents about what it means to live and thrive in the United States today and the importance of understanding the country’s history.

Class schedule: Mondays & Thursdays |7:30 PM to 9:30 PM

Study U.S. history and civics, practice reading, writing and improve your English skills for the citizenship interview

REQUIREMENT:  PERMANENT RESIDENT CARD (GREEN CARD)

FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE TEXT 646-545-7214

OR CONTACT COORDINATOR@EIIC.ORG

Citizenship Class Orientation Wednesday, September 22, 2021 at 7:00 PM (English) PLEASE TEXT 646-545-7214

Citizenship Class Orientation Wednesday, September 29, 2021 at 7:00 PM (Spanish) PLEASE TEXT 646-545-7214

To request an appointment to receive legal assistance to apply for citizenship fill out this form ( form available in Spanish), we will contact you to schedule an appointment.


Registration to the Documentary Workshop: 2021 Rights, Camera, Action!

July 20, 2021

This workshop is aimed at emerging immigrant women activists from Queens and uses a participatory video approach in which everyone can try out all aspects of creating short documentaries. Participants will work together to make several videos that addresses common concerns regarding healthcare, climate change and Environmental Awareness exploring video production

. Meet and collaborate with women leaders around the Queens community.

. Learn how to use images, sound and editing for social change videos.

This is a project of the Emerald Isle Immigration Center in collaboration with Third World Newsreel and the Museum of the Moving Image, with the support of the Queens Council for the Arts.

REGISTRATION DEADLINE SUNDAY, JULY 25

Requirement:

*Age 18 and over
*Attend all workshops: Tuesday, July 27 at 6-8PM (virtual workshop), Friday July 30 at 6-8PM (virtual workshop) and Sunday August 1 1-4PM (Workshop participants must have been vaccinated face-to-face at 34 Avenue Open Streets and 92 Street Jackson Heights)

  • Topics of the 2021 Rights, Camera, Action! Workshop will be related to climate change and healthcare.

Candidates will be selected in a lottery system

Register here: https://forms.gle/HT72dCWJfvjHgbnB8


Inscripcion al taller de video documental: 2021 Rights, Camera, Action!

July 18, 2021

Este taller está dirigido a mujeres activistas inmigrantes emergentes de Queens y utiliza un enfoque de video participativo en el que todos pueden probar todos los aspectos de la creación de documentales cortos. Los participantes trabajarán juntos para hacer varios videos que aborden preocupaciones comunes con respecto a la salud, el cambio climático y conciencia ambiental explorando la producción de video:

. Conozca y colabore con mujeres líderes de la comunidad de Queens a cambio de defender nuestros derechos cívicos.

. Aprenda a usar la imagen, el sonido y la edición para videos de cambio social.

Este es un proyecto del Centro de Inmigración Emerald Isle en colaboración con Third World Newsreel, el Museo de la Imagen en Movimiento, Together We Can y 34 Avenue Open Streets, con el apoyo del Consejo de las Artes de Queens.

FECHA LIMITE DE ESCRIBICION DOMINGO 25 DE JULIO

Inscribase Aqui: https://forms.gle/NGsXnyRbdR6TciVw6


2021 Rights, Camera, Action!

July 9, 2021

This workshop is aimed at emerging immigrant women activists and uses a participatory video approach in which everyone can try out all aspects of creating short documentaries. Participants will work together to make several videos that address common concerns, exploring video production:

. Meet and collaborate with women leaders in the Queens community in exchange for defending our civic rights.

. Learn how to use images, sound and editing for social change videos.

This is a project of the Emerald Isle Immigration Center in collaboration with Third World Newsreel and the Museum of the Moving Image, with the support of the Queens Council for the Arts.
Age requirement: 18

Candidates will be selected in a lottery system

Register here