Pathway to the American Dream

“The good work and leadership of Project Citizenship impacts the lives of families who are on their journey to becoming citizens. My hope is that through partnerships like these, our immigrant and refugee communities will see my office as another resource in their journey.” - Congresswoman Katherine Clark

Attleboro workshop success result of teamwork and collaboration

29 applicants attended from 16 different countries

Since 2011, Project Citizenship has helped over 6,600 immigrants from 152 countries of origin apply for citizenship.

Program at Attleboro Public Library gives foreigners a helping hand

Program at Attleboro Public Library gives foreigners a helping hand

Posted: Tuesday, April 7, 2015 1:30 am | Updated: 9:36 am, Tue Apr 7, 2015. By GEORGE W. RHODES SUN CHRONICLE STAFF |0 comments ATTLEBORO – Those born in the United States don’t have to do anything to become a citizen, but for people coming from other lands, it can be a daunting task. Filing forms  … Read more

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NEXT CITIZENSHIP WORKSHOP

FREE Citizenship Workshop - Framingham - MAPS

Date & Time: 2015/04/30 / 4pm - 8pm

Location: 24 Union Avenue Framingham, MA 01702

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Date & Time: 2015/05/02 / 9:30am-3:30pm

Location: 70 White St, Boston, MA 02128

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Date & Time: 2015/05/09 / 9am - 2pm

Location: International Institute of New England 17 Warren Street, 2nd Floor Lowell, MA 01852

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