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Using the Library
Community Learning Center
U.S. Citizenship students will learn about:
American history, culture and laws
Understand the power of a citizen’s vote
Meet elected officials and hear guest speakers
Know how the Constitution protects our rights and affects our lives every day
Become ready for the citizenship test and interview
Quotes from some of the participants
"Thanks for your help, especially for some of us who have so little time in this country, and want so much to be a part of this society."
"Gracias! Gracias! Gracias!"
"I would like to thank you for supporting me. I hope that the community can continue to have programs like this."
"Nothing to lose but lots to gain."
"People say their votes don’t count, but in the end, it does mean something. I always said that I wouldn’t hesitate to vote if I had the chance." -Jorge Monico
The International Institute of San Mateo County –during the past 7 years to bring a team of experts to help fill out the N-400 Naturalization Form to become a U.S. Citizen
Attorney from the Immigrant Legal Resource Center (El Centro de Recursos Legales para el Inmigrante) presentation and consultation
Guest speakers have included the Mayor of South San Francisco, a representative from our Congress and local Boards and Councils.
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