IMPERIAL BEACH LIBRARY LAUNCHES FREE CITIZENSHIP CLASSES
April 19, 2012
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The Imperial Beach Library, 810 Imperial Beach Blvd, is launching free Citizenship Classes taking place every Saturday from 10 - 11:30 a.m. The classes are conducted in English and all materials are provided free of charge. Registration is not required.
The Citizenship Classes include help filling out the N-400 application, practicing the 100 civics questions, and everything attendees need to know to pass their citizenship interview. In addition, the classes assist with English reading, writing, and conversation skills. San Diego County Library branches held 228 Citizenship Class sessions last year, with 1,724 learners in attendance. A video featuring SDCL's Citizenship Classes can be seen at YouTube.com.
"I attended the library's classes for almost a year and passed a test that included answering questions on American history and civics along with reading and writing," said Rosalba Trevizo, who became a citizen through classes offered at the Vista Branch. "My confidence in myself has never been higher."
For more information on Citizenship Classes at the Imperial Beach Library, contact branch staff at (619) 424-6981.