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.”
Trump officials unveil new U.S. citizenship test, as advocates worry it is too long, difficult and politicized
By Maria Sacchetti The Washington Post November 13, 2020 The Trump administration unveiled a new U.S. citizenship test Friday, adding a broader array of history and civics themes while requiring that legal residents answer twice as many questions correctly to pass....
By Sarah Betancourt Massachusetts October 7, 2020 FOR THOUSANDS of Massachusetts immigrants worried about paying higher fees for immigration and citizenship applications, the significant increases have been held at bay —at least temporarily. A federal judge in...
By Lautaro Grinspan Miami, FL October 4, 2020 As Carlos Aybar stood inside the Miami immigration office last Friday, holding up his right hand and reciting the words of the citizenship oath through a face mask, the Dominican native felt a big wave of relief. That day...
Since 2011, the Project Citizenship network of community providers has assisted
countries of origin
have applied for citizenship
Next Project Citizenship Workshop
Upcoming Citizenship Workshops
December 3rd, 2020
Meet Ebenezer Akakpo
Immigrant Artist Partnering
With Project Citizenship!
Artist Ebenezer Akakpo has created beautiful, reusable metalwork bottes and mugs with a design theme of “Unity in Diversity,” based on a symbol from his native Ghana.
From now through December 31, Ebenezer will generously donate $5 of each sale to Project Citizenship, as his way of supporting our work and the ideals of democracy.