The Naturalization Process|
The Naturalization process may have many steps but taken one at a time
it can turn out to be a simple process. The package you send to
immigration consists of information regarding your background. In your
application package you will include:
The N-400 form (application for
A copy of your alien
Two 2"X2" color photographs
You are also required to take
your fingerprints; the INS will send you an appointment
after they receive your application.
INS will then send you an interview date. At this interview you should
be able to answer questions about your application in English, and
answer the U.S. history and government questions in English. The
interviewer will dictate a sentence to you, which you need to be able
to understand and write in English. If you pass the interview, you
will be scheduled for a hearing where a naturalization judge will ask
you to take the Oath of Allegiance to the United States.
At the ELP/Citizenship Center you will
have the opportunity to take citizenship classes, which are offered
throughout the week. These classes will prepare you for the history
examination administered by the INS, and the interview. You will
receive the 100 questions based on INS History/Government. A
complimentary citizenship preparation book and cassette at the time of
Do not delay! Prepare yourself for the Naturalization interview
with the Immigration and Naturalization Service by coming to our
Become a Citizen NOW|
Your benefits include...
The right to vote and hold
Access to jobs with local,
state, and federal governments
Enhance access to institutions
of higher education grants and scholarships
The right to immigrate
The right to travel out of the
country for unrestricted periods of time.
At the ELP/Citizenship Center we
FREE history/government and
English improvement classes
FREE interview preparation
FREE assistance with N-400
FREE counseling and assistance
with college registration
English Literacy Program & Citizenship Center
We invite you to enroll in:
English as a Second Language ESL & Citizenship Classes.
English as a Second
ESL & Citizenship Classes.
Three (3) levels of ESL
instruction: beginning, intermediate, and advanced
day, evening and Saturday classes available .
FREE four (4) levels of
non-credit Citizenship and ELCivics instruction
FREE non-credit Citizenship classes giving a basic overview of American History
and the American political system to help you become a U.S. Citizen.
• Citizenship classes available on Wednesday & Saturday
• You may enroll in non-credit classes at any time during the
• The only requirement is to be 18 years of age or older
• For more information call (323) 953-4000 x2230