Miami, FL- A group of Miraistas met in the afternoon on Saturday 22, October 2016 at the Community Center of Pinecrest with the goal of helping people who want to become United States Citizens to lose their fear of the citizenship exam.
The workshop featured a presentation by a USCIS officer, Bertha Cassidy. She is in charge of community relations of USCIS and of an expert lawyer on immigration issues, Rasha Qumsiyeh, who explained in detail the requirements of the naturalization process, dispelled myths, fears and gave tips on how to avoid problems and mistakes during the application process including even on the time of the interview. They also gave the advice to ensure the welfare, success, security and ease in every step for the people who apply for this benefit. Attendees were also able to dismiss doubts during a questions and answers segment of the workshop.
In the workshop participants also had the opportunity to practice answering inquiries of the naturalization form N-400 and the 100 civics questions as well, in addition to also learning how to ask questions during the interview process to lose the fear of taking the exam.
USCIS officer Bertha Cassidy conducted mock interviews with the attendees, who left without anxiety and enough preparation to take the citizenship test.
This workshop is an event which MIRA USA continues to benefit the immigrant community to give them an opportunity for a better quality of life.