This class builds skills in English speaking, writing, and reading, and knowledge of U.S.
history and government needed to complete the U.S. citizenship forms and pass the test/interview.
SESSION COURSE DAY TIME LOCATION
Friday U.S. Citizenship N-400 Preparation F 8:00 - 10:30 a.m. LEC
Friday English and Civics for U.S. Citizenship F 10:45 a.m. - 1:15 p.m. LEC
Students can receive assistance filling out their N-400 Applications once a month with help from a local community organization. Additionally, interview practice will take place during the Wednesday class. Students will be enrolled in an online course. Homework and quizzes can be done from home on a desktop computer, tablet, laptop or smart phone. This class is designed for eligible permanent residents who wish to apply for citizenship. Students must test Intermediate Low or above to be placed in the class.
In addition, Beginning Low and above ESL classes include citizenship instruction in the form of Government and History units. Students have opportunities to practice citizenship interview skills.