Citizenship Pathway Resources

OneMorgan County offers low-cost citizenship classes and credible information on immigration-related topics. Quarterly classes help immigrants file naturalization applications, practice for naturalization interviews, and prepare for the citizenship test. (Enrollment averages about 10 participants per class).


Citizenship classes run for 10 (ten) weeks at 2 (two) hours each class. They typically are scheduled on a Saturday in the morning (be sure to ask about current class dates & times if interested in volunteering). Volunteers may commit to as little or as much time as they would like. Volunteers will independently keep track of volunteer hours and will be responsible for reporting hours to OMC each month.


Citizenship classes are typically held at the Immigrant Law Center of Northeast Colorado in the conference room (be sure to ask about current class location if interested in volunteering).