Citizenship Program

If you are interested in becoming a citizen, Center for New Americans can help you with the process.

We offer:

  • Eligibility screenings
  • Forms
  • Resources with the 100 questions
  • Guidance
  • Application review

 

Appointments are required. Please call Tina at 413-587-0084, ext. 105.

Center for New Americans is recognized by the Office for Legal Access Programs.  Citizenship & Immigration Program Coordinator, Maureen McMahon, is our accredited representative.

 

Documents You Will Need

Please bring the items on the list below to your appointment. These are required to complete the N-400 Application for Citizenship.

  • Green card
  • Passports (current and expired)
  • Social security number
  • Two passport photos
  • Dates of all trips abroad for the past 5 years
  • List of your addresses from the past 5 years
  • List of employment and/or schools for the past 5 years (names and addresses)
  • Names, dates of birth, A numbers and current addresses of all children
  • Check or money order for $680 -or- if you receive a government benefit (SNAP, SSI, cash assistance, etc.) bring a current letter showing the amount you receive

Some additional documents may be needed for some cases.

 

Want more information?

"I am happy to vote, help and make a big difference in America - for equality, unification for a good future and to bring a brighter future to our people." 

-Emily, a new citizen 

The Path to Citizenship with New Citizen Shaila Tewani

Shaila, new citizen, and Director Laurie Millman sit down with WGBY to talk about the journey to citizenship. 

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