|To help permanent residents taking the exam to become a US citizen, Goldman & Loughlin has announced it will be conducting free citizenship classes every Monday from 5:00-6:00PM, beginning October 28, 2013, excluding holidays. Classes will be held in Bradenton at the Ivey Professional Bldg. 435 12th Street West, and in Ft. Myers at 8359 Beacon Blvd.
Topics will include eligibility for citizenship, “good moral character” issues, and civics. In particular, the interview process and 100 questions comprising the test will be reviewed. Participants may attend more than one meeting, and meetings are open to everyone. “Quite frankly, most Americans would have trouble with the test”, commented Senior Partner, Tom Goldman. He expressed the belief that attendance at the classes will help improve chances of success at the interview.
Registration is not required. For more information, call 941-773-1523 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The classes are being offered by Goldman & Loughlin as a community service. Goldman & Loughlin is a full service immigration law firm with experience in business, family and immigration court cases. Additional information about the firm or immigration may be found at www.usimmigrationteam.com.