About the Citizenship Classes
Classes meet on Monday nights for a six week session.
Our purpose is to prepare participants to take the examinations, both oral
and written, for U.S. Citizenship. Each class, ranging from 6-10 students, typically is a mini-United Nations. Students follow a workbook with lessons
in American History, Geography and Civics. In addition, students have to be prepared to answer questions about their own backgrounds, their families and travel over the past five years.
There are various exercises simulating their official interview and we offer a filmed interview so that the students know what to expect .
Over the course of each two hour lesson, students assist each other in learning the answers to 100 key questions. For those who prefer to learn in
an auditory manner, we have provided cassette tapes with both the questions and answers to "The Hundred Questions."
January 28 and Febuary 4, 2015
Spring 2015 Schedule
Classes meet from 7:30 to 9:30pm
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Preparatory classes for U.S. Citizenship will start on Monday, Febuary 23 and finish on Monday, March 30 from 7:30-9:30
pm at Care on the Corner, 333 Franklin Avenue in Hasbrouck Heights. Registration and Testing will take place on Wednesdays, January 28 and Febuary 4,
at 7:00 p.m., 229 Terrace Avenue in Hasbrouck Heights (corner of Terrace and Jefferson Avenues).
The requirements for the class include: "Permanent" Green Card for 5 years (or 3 years if married to U.S. Citizen), ability to
speak, read, and write English, good moral character, knowledge of U.S. history and government. The best preparation is studying English as you will need an ESL Level 2 ability to pass the Citizenship test.
For more information about the U.S. Citizenship class or to pre-register, please call the Care on the Corner office,
at 201-288-9460. A registration form along with a non-refundable $10 processing fee, must be completed for each student. Financial assistance is available.