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Citizenship

The Citizenship interview makes people very nervous! In the citizenship class, you will practice the four parts of the interview:

  • N400 Application
  • Reading Test
  • Writing Test
  • Civics Test

You will be able to recall the basics of the United States government and US History. You will also learn what to expect at each step of the naturalization process, practice how to talk to the immigration officer, and become comfortable answering difficult questions.

To enroll or learn more information, please call 405.682.7873.

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Components of the Citizenship Interview

                                
 
 
 

In this class, students will practice their english skills while learning about naturalization, applying for citizenship, how to study for the test, and where to find help in the community. Because the interview is different for each individual, students will receive instruction that is personalized to their needs.

Information about citizenship and our other free classes is available at 405.682.7873.

Current Class Schedule

Location Day Time To Enroll
FACE Center Tuesday/Thursday 9:00am - 12:00pm Call 682.7873
FACE Center Monday/Wednesday 6:00pm - 9:00pm Call 682.7873

 US Citizenship and Imigration Services Video

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