The IRA program provides clients with direct service or appropriate referral to resources in the Bryan/College Station area. Walk-ins are seen Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:00-8:00 pm, with no appointment needed.
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:
Conversation Partners is a companion program to our citizenship classes that seeks to improve students’ language ability in an informal practice as well as teach English required for the citizenship exam. Register here!
English for Parents teaches basic Englishskills particularly as they pertain to parents supporting their kids in school however you don’t have to have kids to take the classes. The program will begin again in the fall after school starts. It will be held on:
Wednesdays 9 am – 10:30 am Neal Elementary School (801 W Martin Luther King Jr St, Bryan, TX 77803) in the Cafeteria.