Friday, December 19, 2014
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Integration Institute: Citizenship Clinics

Become a Citizen Now!

The MIRA Coalition is working with local and national partners to make the citizenship process more accessable to immigrants across the commonwealth and promote active citizenship throughout the state. To acheive these goals, the MIRA Coalition carries out its work with the support of the Greater Boston Citizenship Initiative and in collaboration with the National Partnership for New Americans Campaign

What are the citizenship clinics all about?

Check out this video highlighting this initiative, made by Emerson students Danny Chamberlain, Nick Johnson, and Atdhe Mavraj.



Upcoming Clinic Information

Friday, December 19th, 2014

Appointment Time: 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Where: 105 Chauncy Street
            Basement level
            Boston, MA 02111 

Please visit or call us at 617-500-5998 for more information about our FREE citizenship application assistance. We'll guide you through the naturalization form, step by step.

Additionally: If you have any questions or would like to volunteer, please contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  and please put "interested in volunteering" in the subject line of your email.

To see photos from our last citizenship clinic, visit our facebook page.

Citizenship clinics are generously funded by the Greater Boston Citizenship Initiative and the National Partnership for New Americans. 


General Information About Attending Upcoming Citizenship Clinics:

For English: Are you ready and eligible for citizenship?

Para Español: ¿Esta usted listo y es elegible para convertirse en ciudadano americano?

Para Português: Você está pronto para se tornar um cidadão americano?

Pou Ayisien: Eske w prè e elijib pou w vin sitwayan ameriken?


Are you eligible for citizenship?

  • You are at least 18 years old.
  • You have had a green card for at least five (5) years OR have held a green card and been married to a US citizen for at least three (3) years.
  • You are able to read, write and speak basic English (unless you qualify for test exemption due to age/disability waiver)
  • You have had NO serious problems with the law.

For more detailed eligibility requirements, click here, or click here to learn if you qualify.  

What you need to bring:

  • Green card
  • Passport
  • List of your addresses for the past five (5) years
  • List of your employment for the past five (5) years
  • If married and/or divorced, all marriage and divorce certificates 
  • Two passport photos (not required for clinic, required for application filing)
  • Money order for $680.00 (not required for clinic, required for application filing)
  • Social Security Card (optional)

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Greater Boston Citizenship Initiative

The Greater Boston Citizenship Initiative (GBCI) is a collaborative project that helps eligible legal permanent residents overcome barriers to naturalization. This initiative was created by the Fish Family Foundation and MIRA Coalition in partnership with six other immigrant, community-based, and direct service organizations to increase naturalization rates in the state.

GBCI partner agencies provide a range of support services for LPRs seeking citizenship, including civics instruction, application assistance, and referrals to legal services and ESOL classes. In addition, GBCI offers FREE clinics providing LPRs the legal guidance, referrals and materials needed to successfully complete their application, pass their citizenship test and become fully integrated members of the United States.




Read more: Greater Boston Citizenship Initiative