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 Philip Marcelo AP June 4, 2020 For Albert Baraka, the ceremony outside the federal immigration office in Lawrence, Massachusetts, was brief, but life changing. The 20-year-old, who came to the country six years ago as a refugee from Congo, joined nine others...
By Marcella Corona Reno Gazette Journal May 29, 2020 Federal Chief Judge Miranda Du still remembers helping her mother study for the naturalization test. “My dad was very confident, he wouldn’t have asked us to help,” Du said. “I remember my mom being nervous about...
By Sarah Betancourt CommonWealth Magazine June 3, 2020 THE BOSTON OFFICE of the federal immigration agency that deals with the country’s naturalization process reopened today, 11 weeks after shutting down most in-person services due to the coronavirus pandemic. A...
Since 2011, the Project Citizenship network of community providers has assisted
countries of origin
have applied for citizenship
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