This course covers U.S. Government and History, Education and schools in the U.S., health care and other community institutions, American traditions and holidays. The goal of this course is to provide relevant lessons to ESL adults so that they learn how to participate more fully as community members in the United States. This helps students prepare for the U.S. Citizenship test.
- Be at least 18 years of age.
- Be a lawful permanent U.S. resident and have resided in the U.S. continuously for at least 5 years just before s/he files a petition for naturalization or be a lawful permanent U.S. resident for 3 years, having been married to a U.S. citizen for those 3 years, and continue to be married to that U.S. citizen. S/He must have resided continuously in the U.S. for those 3 years.
- Have resided at least the last six months of that 5 or 3 years' residence in the state where the petition is filed.
- Be of good moral character and loyal to the U.S.
- Be able to understand, speak, read, and write simple English.
- Possess some knowledge about U.S. history and government.
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