From the SI Advance article:
The event, held in Project Hospitality's Help Center at 514 Bay St. in Stapleton, was one of six held across the five boroughs and Long Island, as part of nationwide Citizenship Day. The program was sponsored by the American Immigration Lawyers Association, and coincides with the city's Immigration Heritage Week.
To be eligible for citizenship, residents must have had a green card for at least five years. But many have been here longer, said Johane Severin, a staff attorney from Staten Island Legal Services.
For people earning minimum wage and trying to cobble together the $675 to file the papers, much less legal fees for help with the application, the free legal help offered yesterday is "a lifesaver," said Olu Ajayi, of Westerleigh, a native of Nigeria who became a citizen in 1986. He is now an immigration law student at the CUNY School of Law.
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