Are You Ready to Become a U.S. Citizen?
The goals of CITIZENSHIP LANCASTER are as follows:
>To prepare students to pass the history and civics portion of the U.S. citizenship exam and interview
>To improve students' ability to read, speak, and write in English about topics on the citizenship exam
>To help students become more knowledgable and successful American citizens
ANNOUNCEMENT: NEW SESSION BEGINS ON MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 2012
CITIZENSHIP LANCASTER classes meet every Monday night from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in the Windolph Room on the second floor of the Lancaster Public Library (125 North Duke Street).
The class is open enrollment, but the class is designed for students who have an assigned interview/exam date, have applied for U.S. citizenship using Form N-400, or are qualified to apply for citizenship and are in the process of completing their N-400 form.
NOTE: New students can start attending classes at any time. You do not need to wait for the beginning of a new session.
Note: The class requires a basic understanding of reading, writing, and understanding English --the same requirement to pass the citizenship exam. If you need English language tutoring or ESL classes, contact IU-13 or the Lancaster-Lebanon Literacy Council by calling the phone numbers listed under the Contacts button above.
To register for this free class, contact the Lancaster Public Library at (717) 394-2651 ext. 105. Or email the instructors, at: