Milwaukee receives grant to help immigrants become citizens

Milwaukee is among more than a dozen U.S. cities receiving grants to help immigrants become citizens.

Tulsa, one of the other cities selected to receive the grants from the National Partnership for New Americans, will get $50,000 from a national group plus $25,000 from local donations to help immigrants with legal costs, test prep and other potential barriers to citizenship. Officials estimate Tulsa County is home to 10,000 legal permanent residents eligible to become citizens.

YWCA Tulsa will use America is Home grants from the National Partnership for New Americans and private donors to offer exam classes, English lessons and reliable information about the naturalization process.

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In addition to Milwaukee and Tulsa, other cities that received America is Home grants include Salt Lake City, Birmingham, Alabama; and York, Pennsylvania.

Source wisn

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