Are you interested in becoming a U.S. citizen? These classes and clinics can help you understand the citizenship application process, practice for the exam, and find legal assistance.
- Asian Counseling and Referral Service, opens a new window and the Seattle Public Library have free, virtual citizenship classes for people who seek to become U.S. citizens. Registration is required to attend classes.
- Korean Women's Association (KWA) provides support with accredited staff advocates for those navigating the naturalization process in English and Korean. Ninety-four percent of the applicants who receive their support become U.S. citizens.
- Literacy Source, opens a new window has many services for people who are preparing for the U.S. citizenship test. These services include free citizenship classes and tutoring, practice interviews, and referrals for legal advice.
- ReWA, opens a new window offers free online citizenship classes to help students prepare for their citizenship interview and test. ReWA also partners with the City of Seattle to offer citizenship clinics, opens a new window. Citizenship clinics are special online events where volunteer lawyers and interpreters help people who have green cards complete their naturalization applications.