If you are over the age of 18, have been a permanent resident for 5 years, or married to a US citizen for 3 years, you can apply to become a naturalized US citizen.
You can find free help online with the citizenship application through CitizenshipWorks.
We will have an in-person class on Wednesday evenings, 6:30-8:30 PM, April 13-June 29 at the Leominster Public Library, 30 West St., Leominster. This class meets for 12 weeks and class will help you prepare for the naturalization interview. Please pre-register by calling us at 978-343-8184, e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or filling out the form below.
Congratulations to Student C. on receiving her citizenship in February! Her tutor says:
She is filled with pride at her accomplishment, as she should be!
When I met her 4 years ago, she was quite shy and timid about practicing her English and wondered about her overall place in the United States, but she soldiered on. Today, C. is an articulate, confident young woman, she is a certified nursing assistant, she has a beautiful home and family, and for me, she has become a life long friend. I have learned so much from her, about her home country of Rwanda, about the struggles one faces when immigrating to a place very different from the one you grew up in, and about personal courage, grace, and persistence. Our country is a better place because C. is here! I’m proud to have been a part of her journey.
Congratulations also to Student R. on her progress. Student R. has been a long-time LVMont student because she has struggled with a learning disability and was denied educational opportunity in the past. As an adult, she has worked on her reading because of what she missed out on. She and her tutor have been reading about natural history and history, and her tutor reports, “Found an author just right for her: Ann MCGovern. She read If You Sailed on the Mayflower. Thought she was reading too fast—first time reading was not work but something to enjoy and couldn’t wait to see what happened.
Interested in joining our Citizenship Class, please fill out the form below:
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