Citizenship is fundamental to our system of government but not everyone living in the United States is born a U.S. citizen. Some become citizens through the naturalization process. The naturalization process involves being a lawful permanent resident, applying for citizenship, and taking the citizenship exam.
Citizenship Learning Workshop
Plan to attend our citizenship learning workshop to learn the requirements for becoming a U.S. citizen. We will have lawyers there to answer your questions and to help those of you who are ready to apply for citizenship by providing more information about the N-400 application.
Thursday, November 7, 2019
Honors College Commons, 4-7 p.m.
Citizenship Learning Prep Classes for the Citizenship Exam
Are you ready to begin preparing to take the citizenship exam? Join us for one of the two free 4-week sessions we will be holding accelerated “fast-track” prep sessions on American Government designed to prepare you to take the civics portion. We will also help by conducting mock interviews on the last day of the course.
|February 2020||April 2020|
|Thursdays - Feb 6, 13, 20, 27||Thursdays - Apr 2, 9, 16, 23|
|Honors College, Rm 212S, 6-8 p.m.||Honors College, Rm 212S, 6-8 p.m.|
All UH students, faculty, staff, their friends and families, and other members of the UH extended family are eligible to enroll. These events occur in partnership with Advancing Community Engagement and Service (ACES) Institute, the University of Houston Law Center, and the Honors College.
For more information, contact Michelle Belco.
Register here: www.thehonorscollege.com/citizenship