Preparing for the Citizenship Exam? You’re not alone!
If you speak, read and write basic English, you are ready to join our Citizenship Test Preparation course. You just need to fill out the application form and register for the classes. If you do not speak, read and write basic English we also provide English as a Second Language classes throughout the year.
There are three main areas of study you’ll cover to prepare for the exam:
To become an American citizen, you must be able to read, write and understand Basic English. The course will teach you the basic English skills you’ll need to understand and answer the questions on the naturalization exam; how to read basic English out loud in a way that shows you understand what you are reading; and how to write basic English so that others can read and understand what you have written. You will need to demonstrate all these skills on the day of the test.
In your citizenship class, you will study the American court system. To prepare for the citizenship test, you must study how the American government works and what your responsibilities will be as a United States citizen. You will learn about the Constitution, the different branches of government and how laws are made. You will learn your rights and duties, as an American, such as your right to free speech and your obligation to serve on juries.
On your citizenship test, you might be asked to name the current president of the United States. The class will include an overview of American history so that you will understand how and why the country was founded and when and why certain laws were passed. You will also learn basic history about America’s wars and former leaders, as well as the names and roles of current leaders, including your own governor.
All citizenship classes provide mock interviews to prepare individuals for their citizenship interview with an officer of the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). Our courses are ongoing so you do not have to wait for one to open.
Attend our Citizenship classes at Florida English Center, taught by experienced instructors. Evening, morning and weekend class schedules available.
- Improve your English.
- Prepare for the interview
- Review all topics on the naturalization test.
Great Learning Environment!
10 Modern classrooms
Student Computer Lab