What will I learn in class?
The Class takes place over 5 Monday evenings, from 6:30pm to 9:30pm.  Each Monday is different and the pattern
of the class repeats itself.

Monday #1. You need to bring your Legal Permanent Resident Card to class, so I can see if you meet the
basic qualifications.  I'll give you a brief orientation and then I'll give you a quiz to find out what you know about US
history and the US government. I'll show you how to correctly complete your N-400 (application for citizenship). You
will start to complete a rough draft copy of your application. I'll give you a copy of the 100 questions to study for your
interview.

Monday #2.  You will, hopefully have finished filling out your N-400 and I will proof-read it to make sure that you
didn't make too many errors.  
If your N-400 is complete and ready to be typed in the computer, then you'll be able to
do so at that time.
We'll practice the 100 questions

Monday #3. I'll teach US History.  We'll practice the 100 questions.  

Monday #4. I'll teach US government.  We'll practice the 100 questions.

Monday #5. This is the last Monday of a session. I'll give you an exit quiz and you'll go through a practice interview.
We want you to be nervous here, in class, not in San Francisco.   You will need to bring your Legal Permanent
Resident Card, your money order or check for
$680 (make your money order or check out to the "US
Department of Homeland Security")
and your N-400. If you have not had time to type it into the computer yet,
you have time to do it at this that time.
Photos will be taken by USCIS during your biometrics appointment in Santa
Rosa.


I send N-400 applications to USCIS on Fridays, normally.  That's the pattern that I use.  
If you miss a Monday, then try to figure out which subject/Monday you've missed and come on that Monday.

Soon, N-400 applications (as well as other forms) will be submitted via internet and applicants will be able to set up a
special USCIS account online to pay for the application. As of now, N-400 are not at that stage yet.

The last class session for the Fall of 2016, will start November 7, 2016, 6:30 to 9:30pm, Room 8 at Ukiah
Adult School, 1056 N. Bush St., Ukiah


To see the Spring 2017 class session schedule, click here.
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