Register for Winter 2023 Citizenship Classes
Registration for the Fall 2022 Citizenship Initiative is now closed. Please register for early registration for the Winter 2023 course.
Free Citizenship Classes
The Museum of the American Revolution’s Citizenship Initiative supports Philadelphia’s growing immigrant population pursuing American citizenship by helping these individuals prepare for the United States naturalization test. We welcome all immigrants and refugees to participate in our free citizenship classes.
Our course covers the naturalization exam’s three key components: American Government, American History and Integrated Civics. Throughout the course, students interact with the historical objects, paintings and stories highlighted in the Museum galleries.
Registration for the Fall 2022 Citizenship Initiative is now closed. For early registration for the Winter 2023 course, please click the link below.
The course concludes with a dedicated information session led by a partner organization, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. This special presentation offers students helpful resources on the application process, eligibility screening and the personal interview.
All graduates of the Citizenship Initiative will receive a one-year individual membership to the Museum.
Advance registration for all courses is required. Space is limited and early registration is encouraged. This course is appropriate for those considering taking the U.S. Citizenship Test. Classes will be accessible for intermediate-level English language learners.
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Cooperating Partners: Beyond Literacy, Caribbean Community in Philadelphia, Catholic Social Services, Consulate of Mexico in Philadelphia, Esperanza, Free Library of Philadelphia, HIAS/PA, Irish Diaspora, Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs, Nationalities Service Center, Southeast Asian Mutual Assistance Association Coalition, The Welcoming Center, and United States Citizenship and Immigration Services.
This program is funded by UGI Corporation, John and Patricia Walsh, and William and Valerie Schwartz.