JFS Citizenship Services help refugees and legal immigrants from many countries become U.S. citizens
JFS awarded new grant to support its citizenship preparation services for permanent residents. Read official press release from Department of Homeland Security and learn more about the Citizenship and Integration Grant Program.
Our citizenship and naturalization services provide civics and civics-based English as a second language (ESL) to legal permanent residents. You do not need to be a JFS client to enroll in classes.
Classes will be forming in the coming months. If you're interested in attending a class or for more information, call 737.2601 or email email@example.com.
Ongoing citizenship classes will be led by professional instructors to cover the information to prepare you for the test and naturalization interview.
We also offer assistance in preparing and filing your Form N-400, the Application for Naturalization. For more info or to schedule an appointment, call 737.2601 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pictured above is Eltoma Kodi, from Sudan, with family, friends and Lauren Kessler, JFS Citizenship Instructor, at the July 4th Citizenship ceremony in Northampton. Eltoma is a New American client, JFS case worker Tamador Gibreel, not pictured, worked closely with Eltoma and her family.
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JFS clients become citizens on July 4th.
Click here to see this life altering event, captured by Channel 22 news highlighting our CSP case worker, Tamador Gibreel, and a New American Client Eltoma Kodi, from Sudan, at yesterday's Citizenship Ceremony in Northampton.