An overview of the green card and naturalization processes, including eligibility requirements, is given from 4 to 6 p.m., Thursday, April 28. A Q&A follows, and each participant receives a CD with the latest educational materials. The session is conducted in English, but bilingual immigration officers are available to answer general questions. Attendees also learn how to research their relatives' history, how to avoid being exploited by fraudulent preparers, and how to find work with the federal government. Call for more information.