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U.S Citizenship Classes

  • Mondays, January 7 - March 25, 5:30PM-7:30PM Knight Memorial Library OR 
  • Thursdays, January 17 - March 21, 5:45PM-7:45PM, Rochambeau Library

Our Citizenship classes go from strength to strength! Due to continuing demand, here are more opportunities for eligible candidates to learn about the entire process that leads to U.S. citizenship and perhaps to complete the process in 2019.

The weekly sessions cover the following:

•The requirements to naturalization 
•The N-400 application form for Naturalization
•The 100 Civic/History questions required to pass the U.S. Citizenship Exam
•The written and oral parts of the test 
•The factors that make applicants eligible for waiver of USCIS fees
•Practice for official citizenship interview
 
The instructor, Bruno Sukys, has more than 40 years of experience in immigration issues, as former 
Citizenship & Immigration Services Program Director at Dorcas International Institute of RI.

The classes are free but there is an initial $30.00 fee to cover materials.

For information or to register, contact Carolina Briones cbriones@provcomlib.org 401-467-2700 x1608