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Sec. 332.3 Instruction and training in citizenship responsibilities.
Headquarters and the field offices of the Service shall cooperate with appropriate authorities or organizations in the community to establish and maintain classes within, or under the supervision of, the public schools, for the purpose of preparing applicants for naturalization to accept the duties and responsibilities of citizenship. Service officers shall, whenever practical, visit such classes or otherwise provide necessary liaison with those authorities or organizations that are providing such educati
Citizenship textbooks and other study materials are intended for the free use of applicants for naturalization who are enrolled in instructional courses in or under the supervision of the public schools as provided in paragraph (a) of this section. Such textbooks and other study materials shall be distributed by the regional offices of the Service to the appropriate representatives of the public schools upon their written and signed requests.
Public school certificates attesting to the attendance and progress of enrollees shall be given favorable consideration by Service officers in determining the applicant's overall knowledge and understanding of the fundamentals of the history, principles, and form of government of the United States, and the applicant's ability to read, write, and speak the English language.