Cities for Citizenship (C4C) Sign on Form
Cities for Citizenship (C4C) initiative is a major national initiative aimed at increasing citizenship among eligible U.S. permanent residents and encouraging cities across the country to invest in citizenship programs.

C4C is a growing network of currently 69 cities and counties that is chaired by New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, and Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, with coordination run by the National Partnership for New Americans and the Center for Popular Democracy. Citi Community Development is the founding corporate partner who first invested in C4C in 2014.

Cities and counties are uniquely situated to encourage their immigrant constituents to apply for citizenship both by offering material support to existing naturalization programs, and by promoting naturalization in the media and through community outreach.

C4C facilitates collaboration between participating cities and counties to provide:
• Technical support and policy advice
• Assistance with organizing strategies
• Best practices from other cities and counties
• Communications and press strategy support
• Planning and implementing C4C events and activities

If you would like for your city or county to be a part of Cities for Citizenship, please complete sign on form. For questions, contact Sarah Mesick, Director of Programs at NPNA, at or Magaly Arteaga, Legal Services Trainer at NPNA, at

Name of City or County *
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Name of Staff Contact: *
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Email Address of Contact: *
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Phone Number of C4C Contact:
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Short Description of Current or Planned Naturalization Work: *
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Local Community Based Organizations Collaborating on Naturalization Work: *
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