Catholic Charities helps eligible immigrants navigate the often-daunting process of becoming a U.S. Citizen, giving them the opportunity to establish firm roots in this country so they can thrive. With offices in San Jose and Gilroy, the agency provides services including assessment of eligibility, application assistance, interview preparation, and referrals to English and citizenship classes.
Catholic Charities also provides resettlement and retraining services for refugees and asylees who have fled war, persecution, and violence in their home countries. Programs include computer classes and English as a Second Language, as well as foster care support services for youth found living alone in refugee camps around the world, which is the only program of its kind in California.
FREE U.S. Citizenship Class - Open Enrollment
No pre-registration required.
Provided by Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County
Every Wednesday from 6 – 7:30 p.m. at Catholic Charities, 2625 Zanker Road, San Jose, 95134.
Benefits for participating in the class:
- FREE citizenship review materials and review tool guides
- FREE mock citizenship mock interview preparation
- Great opportunity to interact and learn from other students
- Get useful tips from students who passed their citizenship exam and interview
(NOTE: Benefits only apply to class participation not through Catholic Charities’ regular consultation)
For more information please contact:
Robert Yabes (408) 325–5279