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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.

Lowell Mayor William J. Samaras Attends Citizenship Workshop

Lowell Mayor William J. Samaras Attends Citizenship Workshop

A most important project: Opening the door to Citizenship Posted on June 12, 2018 In 2007, the Massachusttts Institute for a New Commonwealth (MassINC) named Lowell as one of 11 Gateway Cities in the Commonwealth, noting “For generations, these communities were home to industry that offered residents good jobs and a ‘gateway’ to the American Dream. ”  … Read more

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Foundation for MetroWest Graduates Inaugural Cohort of Emerging Leaders Academy

05/30/2018
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Museum of Fine Arts in Boston Hosts First Naturalization Ceremony

05/15/2018
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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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NEXT CITIZENSHIP WORKSHOP

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 - Quincy

Date & Time: 2018/06/23 /

Location: Thomas Crane Public Library, 40 Washington Street, Quincy, MA 02169

Project Citizenship - FREE Citizenship Workshop - Chelsea

Date & Time: 2018/06/27 /

Location: Chelsea Public Library 569 Broadway, Chelsea, MA 02150

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