The Resettlement Office is sponsoring a training from the Social Security Administration to clarify the process for noncitizen applications and what to do when applicants run into difficulty.
WHEN: Thurs. Sept. 19th, 11:00 - 12:30 at Penn Lake Library in Bloomington
WHAT: Understand the application process and what to do when things go awry for eligible noncitizens
WHO: Supportive service agencies assisting noncitizens and humanitarian immigrants in applying for social security cards
REGISTER: Free training on social security application process
Refugees and other humanitarian immigrants are an important part of Minnesota’s community. The process for applying for a social security card in order to get a job or a driver’s license can be a little intimidating. If you assist noncitizens and humanitarian immigrants in applying for social security numbers, join us for a free training from the Social Security Administration to get all your questions answered!
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