With great reception we held on March 7th, the MIRA USA workshop “Lose Your Fear of the Citizenship Exam”, where approximately 50 people who attended benefited from the information on how to apply for citizenship, the most common mistakes when Apply and the necessary requirements to become a US citizen. This workshop was held at the Frederick Urban Library Regional Library in Maryland.
The Community Relations Officer (cer | DHS | USCIS) Judy Navarro Kirlin, was in charge of explaining the citizenship application process, what are the most common mistakes and the necessary requirements to become a US citizen. During her presentation, the Immigration Officer answered participants’ questions and gave them helpful recommendations for a successful citizenship interview.
Continuing with the workshop, MIRA USA volunteers helped participants study the 100 civic questions and reviewed Form N-400 before participating in the citizenship interview simulation, where participants learned and experienced what to expect during the interview. real. In conclusion, during the simulation of the naturalization ceremony, participants took the Naturalization Pledge of Allegiance to the United States step by step. Then they told the National Anthem, and ended the simulation with the Pledge of Allegiance to the United States Flag.
“Lose Your Fear of the Citizenship Exam” was a workshop that exceeded the expectations of the participants who attended, providing them with vital information and resources to successfully continue their citizenship process and take the citizenship test with confidence and without fear.