Citizenship and Application assistance
Services are provided to low-income, elderly, and disabled refugees and immigrants who meet federal criteria with the resources they need to apply for and obtain U.S. citizenship. Thereby helping refugees and immigrants to become active and engaged U.S. citizens.
" Now i can vote"
"Living in a new society where people speak only English was very challenging for me. When i first arrived in the United States, I can only say a few English words. I couldn't understand when people are talking to me. I felt bad because I have to depend on my husband to explain things to me, but step by step I started developing my English. It was amazing to see myself getting more independent after I started taking English classes. Learning to read, write, and communicate with people helped me take care of my own issues and help my children with their homework. As a mother it was not easy for me to attend classes and do my homework but my husband was always pushing me to study. Now i am very happy to have pass the United States citizenship exam".
Need to study for the citizenship test? Look no further!
To help yourself prepare for the citizenship test, read the study guide provided by the U.S. directly here.