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Citizenship Preparation Classes To be Offered at the Princeton Public Library

The Latin American Task Force will be offering free Citizenship Classes to prepare immigrants for the Naturalization Interview required as part of the process of becoming a United States Citizen.  US History and Civics will be taught, and Basic English necessary for the interview will be reviewed.   

 

The separation of powers as set-up in the Constitution to provide a system of checks and balances, as well as the rule of law will be discussed as part of the preparation for the test given by the US Citizenship and Immigration Services.  An Immigration Attorney will be visiting the classes to provide an overview of what to expect, as well as to answer questions.

 

The classes will meet Wednesday evenings from 7 - 8:30 p.m. in the library, for 8 weeks in April and May.  Registration will take place at the first session on April 3, 2019, in the Conference Room on the second floor of the library.  In the last year, immigrants from Barbados, Croatia, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Japan, Mexico, and Venezuela participated in these classes.  Many students have successfully passed their Naturalization Interviews and are now American Citizens.

 

While the classes are free, students will be expected to purchase a copy of the textbook to study the material discussed.  The Citizenship Classes are co-sponsored by the Latin American Task Force and the Princeton Public Library.

 

For more information, please call (609) 924-9529 extension 1220

Citizenship Preparation Classes To be offered at the Princeton Public Library

The Latin American Task Force will be offering free Citizenship Classes to prepare immigrants for the Naturalization Interview required as part of the process of becoming a United States Citizen.  US History and Civics will be taught, and Basic English necessary for the interview will be reviewed.   An Immigration Attorney will be visiting the classes to discuss what to expect, as well as to answer questions.

The classes will meet Wednesday evenings from 7 - 8:30 p.m. in the library, in October and November.  Registration will take place at the first session on October 1, 2014  in the Conference Room on the second floor of the library.  In the last year, immigrants from Bulgaria, Burma, China, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Haiti, Japan, Korea, Liberia, Nicaragua, Puerto Rico and Sierra Leone participated in these classes.  Many students have successfully passed their Naturalization Interviews and are now American Citizens.

While the classes are free, students will be expected to purchase a copy of the textbook to study the material discussed.  The Citizenship Classes are co-sponsored by the Latin American Task Force, the Princeton Public Library and the Princeton Human Services Commission.

For more information, please call (609) 924-9529 extension 220

 

Citizenship Preparation Classes To be Offered at the Princeton Public Library

  

The Latin American Task Force will be offering free Citizenship Classes to prepare immigrants for the Naturalization Interview required as part of the process of becoming a United States Citizen.  US History and Civics will be taught, and Basic English necessary for the interview will be reviewed.   An Immigration Attorney will be visiting the classes to discuss what to expect, as well as to answer questions.

 

The classes will meet Wednesday evenings from 7 - 8:30 p.m. in the library,

in April and May.  Registration will take place at the first session on April 3, 2013  in the Conference Room on the second floor of the library.  In the last year, immigrants from Burma, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Eritrea, Egypt, Germany, Guatemala, Korea, Haiti, Greece, Mexico, Morocco, Pakistan, Philippines, Poland, Sudan, Taiwan and Venezuela participated in these classes.  Many students have successfully passed their

Naturalization Interviews and are now American Citizens.

 

While the classes are free, students will be expected to purchase a copy of the textbook to review the material discussed.  The Citizenship Classes are co-sponsored by the Latin American Task Force and the Princeton Public Library.

 

For more information, please call (917) 445-1595

 

 

 

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