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U.S. Financial Aid for Citizenship Applications

World Journal, news, Posted: Mar 15, 2009

NEW YORK The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced Thursday that it will allocate $1.2 million to help permanent residents in need to apply for citizenship. The World Journal reports that the money will be equally granted to 12 applicants. Community organizations are encouraged to apply for the money, which will be available to people over 65 years old, refuges and victims of domestic violence and human trafficking in order to help them take English, classes, learn about American society and history, and prepare their citizenship application and interview. The grant application deadline is May 15.


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