Udall Congratulates Littleton on Receiving Competitive Grant to Expand Citizenship-Preparation Services
Mark Udall congratulated Littleton on its receipt of $145,894 in competitive grant funds from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. Littleton will use the competitive grant funds to expand the range of citizenship-preparation services available to permanent residents, help them become citizens of the United States and foster their integration into American society.
"The United States is a country of immigrants. Our diversity makes us a stronger, better nation," Udall said. "This funding will greatly assist with the important work of helping legal permanent residents navigate the naturalization process and achieve U.S. citizenship."
Through this competitive grant funding, announced today, Littleton will gain resources to build community capacity to support lawful permanent residents in the naturalization process.