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posted: 8/20/2014 7:31 AM

U.S. Citizenship Classes Begin in September at Library

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  • Immigrants wait to receive their U.S. Naturalization certificate at the Schaumburg Township District Library. Taking citizenship classes at the library prepares people for their citizenship test and interview.Susan Miura

      Immigrants wait to receive their U.S. Naturalization certificate at the Schaumburg Township District Library. Taking citizenship classes at the library prepares people for their citizenship test and interview.Susan Miura

 
Susan Miura

U.S. Citizenship classes will be held from 6:30-9:30 p.m. on Thursdays and Fridays, Sept. 4-Nov. 21, in the Adult Classroom of the Schaumburg Township District Library (STDL), 130 S. Roselle Rd., Schaumburg. This free, 12-week class will prepare attendees by providing information on the benefits, requirements and obstacles of U.S. citizenship. Registration is not required.

Those who attend the class will receive assistance in studying for the U.S. Naturalization Test and filling out the N400 citizenship application form. Participants will learn strategies for the required interview administered by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.

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Pat Barch, STDL Literacy Coordinator, said participants have different levels of knowledge regarding the interview, test, and English skills. While some will need the full twelve weeks, others may not. Those who attend may determine how many classes are necessary to feel prepared for the naturalization test and interview.

For more information, contact Pat Barch at (847) 923-3387.

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