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

Upcoming Citizenship Workshop

Saturday, December 5th at Malden High School

Since 2011, Project Citizenship has assisted over 9,195 immigrants from 152 countries of origin. 6,285 have applied for citizenship.

Hartford library recognized for efforts to boost citizenship

Hartford library recognized for efforts to boost citizenship

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) – The public library in Hartford is being recognized for its efforts to help immigrants become U.S. citizens. The Boston-based Project Citizenship nonprofit group has awarded the library a $16,000 grant to help cover the cost of free programs to counsel citizenship applicants and fight immigration services scams. In 2010 the Hartford  … Read more

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FREE Citizenship Workshop - Malden - Project Citizenship

Date & Time: 2015/12/05 / 10am - 2pm

Location: Malden High School 77 Salem St, Malden, MA 02148

FREE Citizenship Workshop - Brockton - MIRA

Date & Time: 2015/12/12 /

Location: 1367 Main Street Brockton MA 02301

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