NATOMAS, Calif. — U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services will host a free, two-and-a-half-hour information session at the North Natomas Library on Nov. 13. The session is part of a larger USCIS initiative to help immigrants better understand the naturalization process, including the content of the naturalization test, and become familiar with free educational resources and materials available from the agency.
The public is invited, and USCIS officers will be on hand to discuss the naturalization process step-by-step and provide information about eligibility and residency requirements, application forms, fees, the background security check and processing times. They will demonstrate the citizenship interview and answer questions about it. Participants will also see sample questions from the citizenship test and receive an overview of U.S. history and civic principles. Free educational materials will be handed out while supplies last.
This one’s coming right up. I’m hoping for a long-weekend broadcast mention, or for a few inches in print so everyone will know that this valuable and fun workshop is available. Your immigrant media audience will thank you, and so will we.
Citizenship information workshop
Nov. 13, 6 p.m.
North Natomas Library
4660 Via Ingoglia
Sacramento, CA 95835
Sharon Rummery (415)987-0191