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

Since 2011, Project Citizenship has assisted over 8,418 immigrants from 152 countries of origin. 5,871 have applied for citizenship.

In Memory of Louis Fischer

In Memory of Louis Fischer

Louis Fischer, 91, died surrounded by family on July 29, 2015, after a short illness. Lou was born in 1924 near the Czech-Hungarian border to Hungarian Jewish parents. In 1939, Lou, his two older brothers, and his mother fled Hungary and moved to Lorain, Ohio, where he completed a K-12 American education in two years.  … Read more

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The Art Connection

August 27, 2015
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How Boston Encourages U.S. Citizenship

January 9, 2015
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Second immigration wave lifts diversity to record high

December 21, 2014
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In 9 States, Legislators Consider Making High School Students Pass Citizenship Test

December 21, 2014
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FREE Citizenship Workshop- Boston- Project Citizenship

Date & Time: 2015/10/22 / 4pm-7pm

Location: Wilmer Hale 60 State St, Boston MA 02109

FREE Citizenship Workshop - Lawrence - Project Citizenship

Date & Time: 2015/11/07 / 10am - 2pm

Location: Lawrence Senior Center 155 Haverhill St Lawrence MA 01840

FREE Citizenship Workshop - Worcester - Ascentria

Date & Time: 2015/11/07 / 9:30am-3:30pm

Location: 11 Shattuck Street Worcester, MA 01605

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