Free citizenship prep classes offered at City Tech in Brooklyn

The next round of classes, which run between

The next round of classes, which run between 10 and 15 weeks, start in the fall.

BROOKLYN - Free classes are being offered in Brooklyn to help those interested in becoming a U.S. citizen. 

City Tech is holding the classes, which prepare people for the exam and interview, and run between 10 and 15 weeks long. 

Students will practice reading, writing and speaking English, while also learning U.S. history and related facts. 

The program is funded by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service and CUNY Citizenship Now. The next round of classes start up in the fall. 


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Free Citizenship Class

For more information and to sign up for registration, contact Catherine Roman at 718-552-1140 or

CUNY Citizenship Now

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