To become a U.S. Citizen, immigrants must pass a Citizenship Interview. In their interview, they are expected to be prepared to answer 10 of 100 questions on U.S. history and government. In addition, immigrants must be able to demonstrate competency in both spoken and written English, complete an N400 form, and bring a long list of documents
BIIN sponsors three 10-week sessions of citizenship classes over the course of each year. In each session, the following materials are covered:
  • History and government of the U.S.
  • Oral and written English practice                         
  • How to prepare for the interview
  • Steps towards naturalization