USCIS Reveals Citizenship and Combination Grant Opportunities

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USCIS|Release Date: July 10, 2017|Updated: JULY 13, 2017

Grants will support citizenship preparation services for legal long-term citizens

USCIS Reveals Citizenship and Combination Grant Opportunities
USCIS Reveals Citizenship and Combination Grant Opportunities

WASHINGTON— U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is now accepting applications for 2 financing chances under the Citizenship and Integration Grant Program. The 2 programs will offer up to $10 million in grants for citizenship preparation programs in neighborhoods throughout the nation.

USCIS wishes to broaden schedule of premium citizenship preparation services throughout the nation with these 2 chances:

Citizenship direction and naturalization application services: This chance will money as much as 36 companies that use both citizenship guideline and naturalization application services to legal irreversible locals.
Citizenship guideline just: This grant chance will help not-for-profit companies in developing brand-new citizenship direction programs or broadening the quality and reach of existing citizenship guideline programs. We anticipate to award approximately 10 not-for-profit companies through this chance. In doing so, we wish to motivate the growth of the existing field of citizenship guideline programs, especially those provided by little community-based companies that have not formerly got a grant from us.
We anticipate to reveal all 46 award receivers in September.

Given that 2009, we have actually granted around $63 million through 308 grants to companies that have actually supplied citizenship preparation services to more than 170,000 irreversible citizens in 37 states and the District of Columbia.

To obtain this financing chance, go to For extra info on the Citizenship and Integration Grant Program for 2017, see grants or email the USCIS Office of Citizenship at

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Last Reviewed/Updated: 07/10/2017