Campaign Towards Losing the Fear of U.S. Citizenship Exam Goes On

Campaign Towards Losing the Fear of U.S. Citizenship Exam Goes On

TAMPA, Fla. – In its interest to provide for the immigration needs of the Hispanic community, MIRA USA successfully completed once again the role-play-based workshop, whose main objective is to help attendees lose their fear towards the US Citizenship interview and exam.

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The activity took place on Saturday, June 15th at the Town & Country public library with the participation of over 20 attendees who are very close to presenting their own exam.
 
 As part of the preparation, bilingual MIRA USA volunteers completed a N400 application practice as well as a Civic questions, reading and writing tests review.

After the role play exercise, immigration attorney Pablo Martinez, who has practiced in the Tampa area for the past 18 years, joined the workshop and provided information about the requirements, documents, and latest news pertaining to the naturalization and citizenship process. Attendees also had the opportunity to ask questions and interact with him once the workshop met its end.