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    Programs that assist in filing applications by lawful permanent residents who have been in that status for at least five years (or three years if married to a U.S. citizen), who meet other eligibility requirements and who wish to become naturalized U.S. citizens. Applicants must pass a citizenship examination to determine whether they can speak and read English and have a knowledge of the fundamentals of American government, history and the Constitution; and must take an oath of allegiance to the United States.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Citizenship Classes - The Family Center/La FamiliaOffer free citizenship classes, through the Poudre River Public Library, to help individuals prepare to take and pass the citizenship exam. During the class, participants will learn about the citizenship process, civics, study tips, interview skills, and meet with a local immigration lawyer who will provide legal advice.Larimer CountyFamily Center/La FamiliaFamily Center/La Familia
    Emergency Services, Community Health Care, Youth Enrichment Program - 32nd Avenue Jubilee CenterProvides a range of services including: - RTD passes for medical or mental health appointments. - Emergency food boxes - Co-payment assistance for prescriptions. - Blood pressure checks, help scheduling eye exams and payment assistance for glasses. - Assistance completing applications through the Betty Proctor General Fund at The Action Center. - Assistance completing LEAP applications in the winter. - Assistance completing naturalization applications - After school and Summer Educational Enrichment Kamp (SEEK). - Referral to other agencies for additional needs. Denver County32nd Avenue Jubilee Center32nd Avenue Jubilee Center
    Immigrant Resources Center (South Datura Street) - City of LittletonAssists immigrants with connections to community services, learning English through one-on-one sessions and group classes, applying for U.S. citizenship, citizenship preparation classes and learning about U.S. civics and history to prepare for the naturalization exam. Licensed attorneys and Board of Immigration Appeals (B.I.A.) staff are qualified to help fill out applications and also represent immigrants at the naturalization interview.Arapahoe CountySouth Datura Street - City of LittletonCity of Littleton
    Immigration Services - Colorado African OrganizationProvides the following services at little to no cost: - ESL classes - Citizenship classes - Immigration legal services As well as, community navigation in the following ten content areas: - Food - Finance - Health - Dependent care - Housing - Transportation - Personal and public safety - Civic and community integration - Youth education - EmploymentDenver CountyColorado African OrganizationColorado African Organization
    Legal Night - Centro San Juan DiegoOffers legal consultations and advice to individuals regarding the following issues: - Immigration - Credit - Housing - Employment - Family lawDenver CountyCentro San Juan DiegoCentro San Juan Diego

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