The Yeyjin Korean Community Service Center was established on February 25, 2005 and is a service organization approved by the US federal and state governments in July 2007 as a nonprofit organization.

help many Korean immigrants to live in the United States and suffer difficulty in not understanding various American laws, rules, and culture.

Yeyjin Korean Community Service Center

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Why Do Clients Choose us?

Yeyjin Korean Community Service Center

The Yeyjin Korean Community Service Center was The motivation for establishing a Service Center is to help many Korean immigrants to better live in the United States and to better understand various American Laws, rules, and culture.

- Publish a book
  • Immigrant’s Joys and sorrows
  • Publish date: Sep 20, 2015
  • Author: Walsh, Choon
- Choon Sun Walsh (Representative)
  • Immigrant in 1986
  • Former Coast Guard Credit Union Loan Specialist
  • Virginia Fairfax Count Election Officer
  • Fairfax County Notary Public
  • Former Member of the Washington Literary Society
  • Prison Access Eligibility Member
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What We Offer Our Clients

Immigration Services

  • Citizenship Application
  • Permanent Resident Renewal
  • Change of permanent residence address
  • Citizenship Fee Waiver Application
  • Information about Long-term travel Outside of United States
  • Applying U.S Passport & Renewal Passport etc.

Social Security Service

  • SSA
  • SSI
  • Medicare A & B
  • Medicare Part D
  • Medicare Part C
  • Medicaid
  • Disability Benefits
  • Children Benefits
  • Food Stamps

Fairfax County Department of Housing and Community Development

  • Information Rental Program
  • Information Government Housing Information
  • Information Senior Apartment
  • Documents Translate
  • Interpret and Telephone Interpret
  • Notary Public
  • Fill out various forms
  • Application for body donation and organ donation
  • CPR guide and preparation
  • Voting Guide etc.


  • Drug Abuse
  • Depression
  • Marriage
  • Divorce
  • Family trouble
  • Youth
  • Drug
  • Gambling
  • Depression


  • Sending household goods to poor families
  • Homeless food Serving
  • Visit poor families
  • Collect money for disadvantaged neighbors
  • Nursing home visit


  • Family Relationship certificates
  • graduation certificate
  • Marriage certification
  • Divorce latter
  • Diagnosis
  • Family register etc.

Seminar and Classes

  • Applying for citizenship
  • Citizenship tips and methods
  • Social Security
  • Health insurance
  • Medicare & Medicaid
  • Government Health Insurance
  • Senior & Government Apartments
  • Bank Transaction or Credit Card Information


  • Citizenship
  • English as a Second language
  • Pino Instruction for disabled people

Other Translation

  • U. S Citizenship Booklet
  • U. S Citizenship Question CD (English & Korean)
  • Virginia Driver Manual Booklet

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Contact Info

It would be great to hear from you! If you got any questions, please do not hesitate to send us a message. We are looking forward to hearing from you! We reply within 24 hours!

703-256-3783,4 / 703-256-7783 (Fax)

Mon – Friday: 10am-4pm

Sunday: Close