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Free Citizenship Class in Baton Rouge (+ link to where you can find free citizenship classes in other areas)

To become a naturalized United States citizen, you must take and pass the citizenship test at your naturalization interview. During your interview, you must answer questions about your application and background and will be required to take an English and Civics test. However, certain people do qualify for an exemption waiver for the English and Civics test requirements.

In Baton Rouge, I recently heard about a free citizenship class offered by the Chapel on Campus at LSU. The citizenship class they offer is intended for those who have their green card and are interested in becoming a United States citizen. The class will help to prepare students for the English reading test, the English writing test, the 100 Civics and U.S. History questions, and the oral interview with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. The Citizenship class is offered at the Chapel on Campus located at 3355 Dalrymple Drive, 70802 on Wednesday evenings from 6:30 to 8:30. The current semester ends April 30, 2014. However, a new semester will begin June 4, 2014.

If you don’t live in Baton Rouge but are interested in taking a Citizenship class to prepare for the Citizenship exam, you can Search America’s Literacy Directory to find a citizenship class in your area: https://www.literacydirectory.org/.


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