Citizenship and Immigration Classes

Citizenship classes are on Thursdays, from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM.

Citizenship classes meet once weekly for two hours. Classes are taught by volunteers at St. Margaret’s Church and classes are free to students. Following along with a book, Voices of Freedom.

Vision: A community without barriers to educational opportunities for immigrants to advance their economic, social and educational goals.

Mission: Provide classes and connect to resources to meet personal academic goals, gain practical knowledge, and develop skills that will lead to increased self-sufficiency.


Citizenship classes are taught by dedicated volunteer teachers from:

Thank you to all the teachers from St. Margaret's Episcopal Church

Citizenship and Immigration classes started in September of 2011, and since then, we have helped over one hundred (+100) people to become American Citizens. There are over 20 persons attending the class and more coming in hopes to join. Center of Help provide assistance to become citizens of the United States, and we ensure you understand the laws and customs of the United States of America.


“The Center of Help helped me to study and supported me to obtain my American Citizenship!”
Moe Moe, Yangon

Welcome to the United States from U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services

A Guide for New Immigrants, contains practical information to help you settle into everyday life in the United States. It also contains basic civics information that introduces you to the U.S. system of government. You can download free copies in 14 languages. You can purchase printed copies in English, Spanish, and Chinese through the U.S. Government Bookstore.