Project Citizenship seeks to increase the naturalization rate in Massachusetts
and beyond. We are a nonprofit agency that provides free, high quality services to permanent residents to help them become U.S citizens.
“I want to be a U.S. citizen because I want to participate by voting and helping others. Becoming a citizen shows that you are a full member of the country and the country takes care of you.”
by Amanda Frost Washington College of Law October 9, 2019 Establishing U.S. citizenship is supposed to be easy. In 1868, the first sentence of the newly ratified Fourteenth Amendment declared: “All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the...
by Rebecca Beyer BU Law News, Alumni News October 4, 2019 Jacob Benhabib (’19) started his job at Project Citizenship, a nonprofit organization that offers free legal services to help permanent residents become US citizens, on the Tuesday after Labor Day. On the...
by Suzanne Sausville WBZ NewsRadio September 28, 2019 Saturday was Citizenship Day in Boston. Volunteers helped more than 400 immigrants apply to become citizens in Roxbury. The event at Reggie Lewis Athletic Center was organized by Project Citizenship and the Boston...
Since 2011, the Project Citizenship network of community providers has assisted