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P-CAN Citizenship Classes at District 1199C are full for 2020.  
Contact Mary Clark for information on future classes in Philadelphia.

Mary Clark, Esq. 215-832-0912 or

To apply for English as a Second Language (ESL) / EL Civics classes,
contact Arlyn Freed at 267-279-9241 (voice & text) or

FREE Citizenship Classes and FREE or REDUCED Citizenship Application Assistance

Offered by HIAS PA, the Philadelphia Citizenship Action Network and District 1199C Training Fund
Supported by USCIS Citizenship & Integration Grant Program;
Student citizenship book and CD: $28.00.


District 1199C Training & Upgrading Fund
100 South Broad Street, 10th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19110
We are located in the Land Title Building, on Broad Street between Chestnut & Sansom

Tuesday, March 3 at 9:30 AM - Information & Registration
 • Tuesday, March 10 at 9:30 AM - English Assessment Test
 • Class Schedule: Every Tuesday & Thursday from 9:30 AM to 12:00 PM
 • Class begins on Thursday, March 12; class ends on Thursday, May 21, 2019

** You MUST attend the Information/Registration session to be enrolled in classes
You MUST bring your Permanent Resident Card (Green Card) to the Information/Registration session

** You MUST take both the English Assessment Entrance AND Exit Exams to be enrolled

In this program, students will: 

 • Meet with lawyers to check eligibility for citizenship
 • Get help completing the N-400 application and other forms
 • Get help applying for the Fee Waiver I-912
 • Receive 10 weeks of free intensive instruction
 • Learn everything necessary to pass Civics test and Naturalization Interview
 • Become a US citizen!

 * Tutoring is available *

To apply, you MUST: 
 • be 18 years or older
 • have a valid Permanent Resident/Green Card
 • live in Philadelphia, Montgomery, Bucks, Delaware or Chester County
 • have basic English skills
 • have a clean criminal background

Apply online! Click HERE, enter your information, and select "Citizenship" or copy and paste into your web browser!

For information, please contact:
Ms. Mary Clark at (215) 832-0912, P-CAN Coordinator
District 1199C: Ms. Arlyn Freed at (267) 279-9241, Language Screening & Case Manager