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Project Citizenship staff have helped 4,066 immigrants apply for citizenship since September 2014.

Since 2011, the Project Citizenship network of community providers has assisted over 21,438 immigrants from 152 countries of origin. 15,487 have applied for citizenship.

Museum of Fine Arts in Boston Hosts First Naturalization Ceremony

Museum of Fine Arts in Boston Hosts First Naturalization Ceremony

Museum of Fine Arts ceremony welcomes 187 immigrants as U.S. citizens Gallery: Photos: Museum of Fine Arts holds first naturalization ceremony for 187 immigrants By Kristin LaFratta It was in the Shapiro Family Courtyard, in front of the “Art of the Americas” wing at the Museum of Fine Arts that 187 immigrants from nearly every corner of  … Read more

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Notable Naturalized Citizen: John Muir

05/14/2018
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Ann Arbor man decides it’s time to become a U.S. citizen

05/09/2018
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Verónica Serrato Honored with the Ohtli Award

05/07/2018
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The Growing Barriers and Value of U.S. Citizenship

04/24/2018
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NEXT CITIZENSHIP WORKSHOP

Project Citizenship - FREE Citizenship Workshop - Lawrence

Date & Time: 2018/05/30 / 10am//11am//1pm//2pm

Location: 168 Newbury St. Lawrence, MA 01841

Project Citizenship - FREE Citizenship Workshop - Lowell

Date & Time: 2018/06/09 /

Location: Lowell Senior Center, 276 Broadway Street, Lowell, MA 01854

Project Citizenship - FREE Citizenship Workshop - Boston

Date & Time: 2018/06/14 / 4pm // 5pm

Location: 100 Northern Ave. Boston, MA 02210

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