What will I learn in class?
The Class takes place, normally, over 5 Monday evenings, from 6:30pm to 9:30pm.  Each Monday is different and the
pattern of the class repeats itself  This class session is shorter than normal. It will meet only four Monday evenings!.

                                   The following is the syllabus for Citizenship
                        Session 3 (the last for 2019-2020), Spring 2020 (Cancelled)
if interested in applying to become US Citizen, come and see me, Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday 8:30am to 11:00am and 1:00pm to 3:30pm, Room 1 at Ukiah
Adult School

The information below is the basic outline of a regular class session.  Since Covid-19,
shelter in place and social distancing "regular" is now heavily modified.

Monday #1. (03/30/2020)  Due to the confusion related to the Shelter in place status no one came that night.

04/06/2020 and 04/13/2020 No School, it's Spring Break

Monday #2. (04/20/2020) Come to Ukiah Adult School between 6:30pm and 8:30pm, bring your green card,  and pick
up a citizenship application (N-400) rough draft and instructions packet.  Go home and try your best to complete your
N-400.

Monday #3. (04/27/2020) Bring back your completed N-400 rough draft to me and I'll check it and give you the green
light to type it up on your computer at home. I'll also give you the 100 questions to study.

Monday #4, (05/04/2020) Come and pick up a US History and a US government packet to take home and study.

Monday #5. (05/11/2020) This is the last Monday of this session. You will need to bring your Legal Permanent Resident
Card, your money order or cashier's check for
$725 (make your money order or cashier's
check out to the "US Department of Homeland Security")
and your typed N-400 (Make sure that there is a bar code
at the bottom of each page). If you have not had time to type it into the computer yet, you may 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 first class session for the 2020-2021 school may start August 17, 2020 (maybe)
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