Civic Engagement / Citizenship Assistance
KACS has always been dedicated toward encouraging civic engagement for Korean-American immigrants because we believe such activities lead to whole, self-sufficient, and rewarding lives in America. Korean Americans, young and old, often face many challenges to participating in voting and broader civic engagement activities because of their language barrier.
Currently, at KACS, we hold regular voting seminars year-round, voting drives event, advocacy programs, citizenship application, and voter registration assistance as well as civic English class and citizenship English class for free. If you are interested in participating in civic engagement activities to empower all the immigrants in Korean Americans to take charge of their lives in their community, please contact us.
KACS provides assistance with Citizenship application and referrals to other non-profit organization for reviewing by professionals. In addition,
KACS regularly offers a Citizenship English Class which reviews basic U.S. history to prepare students for the U.S. citizenship test and to help with an application form. The class provides students with 100 sample questions for the citizenship test and a guideline for filling out the citizenship application in both Korean and English.