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Community Literacy And Education

MCOHA is committed to helping to educate our community, and as a result, are always coming up with new projects and initiatives. Over the years, we have held computer classes, health literacy workshops, and many more. 

Our current projects include Citizenship Classes and community workshops with our Attorneys.

Citizenship Classes

This is a low-cost, 8-week-long program provided by the Immigration Attorney from our own Center for Citizenship and Legal Immigration.  This course covers all aspects of the Naturalization test, including the civic questions, vocabulary, reading and writing, the naturalization application, and a mock naturalization interview. 

Contact us for more information or to register for the next session:

Community Forums

With our organization’s mission always in mind, we strive to find new opportunities to bring information out into the Morris County community.

Over the years, MCOHA has partnered with local authorities and organizations to provide free community forums covering Key Topics such as Know Your Rights, and Daca.

Important Things To Know

Everyone can and should get tested for COVID-19, regardless of their immigration status.

Resources are also available for Undocumented people during the COVID-19 crisis.

USCIS will be closed until at least May 3, 2020.

All residential evictions and foreclosures are suspended during this crisis.

Payments to federal student loans will automatically stop from March 13, 2020, through Sept. 30, 2020

Calculate easily if you are eligible to receive your stimulus check, and how much you should expect

Resources to help you are available through the State of New Jersey.

If you lost your job or had hours reduced as a result of COVID-19, you can apply for unemployment:

If you lost your job or had hours reduced as a result of COVID-19, you can search for a new one:

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