Welcome to the official website of the San Francisco Pathways to Citizenship Initiative
Statement on the passing of Mayor Edwin M. Lee
December 12, 2017
The San Francisco Pathways to Citizenship Initiative (SFPCI) began in 2013 under the leadership of Mayor Ed Lee and developed by the Office on Civic Engagement and Immigrant Affairs. Mayor Lee was a champion for Immigrants, communities of color and underserved communities, supporting the bimonthly Naturalization Workshops and bringing new funding partners to the Initiative. Thanks to his support, SFPCI has helped over 8,500 Legal Permanent Residents become US Citizens.
Our Partners, Staff, Volunteers and Participants of SFPCI will always remember Mayor Lee’s kindness and his compassion for immigrant communities. We are much saddened by his sudden death this morning; but we all pledge to carry on this important work in honor of Mayor Lee’s memory at every future citizenship workshop.
Our deepest condolences to Mayor’s Lee’s wife, his daughters, OCEIA and Mayor’s family at City Hall.
The San Francisco Pathways to Citizenship Initiative
- Self-Help for the Elderly
- International Institute of the Bay Area
- La Raza Community Resource Center
- API Legal Outreach
- Jewish Children and Family Services
- Labor Center for Immigrant Justice-
- We Rise San Francisco
The mission of the SF Pathways to Citizenship Initiative is to increase the number of citizens in San Francisco by providing free, high-quality legal services through culturally and linguistically competent information and education.
The next workshop will be on Saturday, April 21, 2018, location to be determined. Please check back soon!
About our Workshops:
For information on upcoming workshops, please call one of our multilingual hotlines:
- English: 415.662.8901
- Spanish: 415.662.8902
- Cantonese: 415.295.5894
- Mandarin: 415.295.5896
- Filipino: 415.692.6798
- Russian: 415.754.3818