Due to the pandemic, all in person classes have been suspended and classes are now being offered online. If you would like to join any of our virtual classes, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 979-393-8228.
Debido a la pandemia, se han suspendido todas las clases presenciales y ahora se ofrecen clases en línea. Si desea unirse a cualquiera de nuestras clases virtuales, por favor envíe un correo electrónico a email@example.com o llame al 979-393-8228.
Need help with a problem? Brazos Interfaith Immigration Network can assist you on the third Saturday of each month in the parking lot of 107 Williamson Drive (BIIN office) from 2-4 pm. All COVID-19 safety measures will be enforced so please wear a mask and do not get out of your car.
BIIN volunteers can help you with free notary services, translation and interpretation of official letters and documents, immigration questions, court questions, legal assistance, health care, scholarship programs, social problems, support in domestic violence cases, among many others.
Besides assisting people on the third Saturday of each month, anyone that needs help can call (979) 393-8228 and leave a message and we will return your call within 24 hours.
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. You can register here!
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