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  • Citizenship Classes

    Prepare for the naturalization interview and exam. Instructor-led classes, includes progress testing, grammar/pronunciation practice and mock interviews. Study materials provided. Form N400 Preparation assistance also offered.

    Weekly classes, Saturdays beginning January 7, at 12:00 noon to 3:00 pm for 8 weeks. For information call 713-471-5832.

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  • Citizenship Workshop - January 21

    Registration begins at 9:00 a.m. Local attorneys and immigration specialists on hand to assist. One-on-One legal assistance available, as well as other services.

    See the next slide for a list of items to bring with you to the workshop. For more information, call

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  • What to Bring to Workshop

    Bring to each Citizenship Workshop: Green Card; Social Security; Driver's License; Court and arrest records; list of addresses from last 5 years; list of schools or jobs from last 5 years; list from all trips outside the U.S. the last 5 years; information on all children, current and former spouse.

    If you have questions about these items, call Ana at 281-799-9076.

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  • Happy Holidays!

    Watch our 2016 Green Christmas Holiday Dinner Video.

    Bonding Against Adversity wishes to thank our many sponsors that helped make our Green Christmas Holiday Dinner and Celebration possible.Thanks to Noble Energy, East Aldine District, Stampede Houston, HEB, Goya, The Aldine School District, and many more sponsors.

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  • What is Bonding Against Adversity?

    Take a look at our video to find out what Bonding Against Adversity is all about. If you would like to volunteer in any way, call 281-799-9076 or 713-471-5832 .

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What We Do…

Bonding Against Adversity, Inc. (‘Bonding') was created as a non-profit Texas corporation to help the economic development in the East and the Aldine Greenspoint area by providing free and low-cost community outreach programs for disadvantaged residents with an emphasis on healthy living, safe living and reducing secondary school dropout rates.


One on One Mentoring for Students with Potential

The program to reduce secondary school drop-outs is designed to assist the learning process of those students, identified by the partner independent school districts, who are determined to be at-risk of dropping out of school before obtaining their high school diploma


The S.A.F.E. Program, Safe Apartment living For Everyone, is a program designed to educate apartment residents on the risks to safety, vandalism, crime, etc. within the apartment complexes and within the individual apartment residences.

The WE

WE is a program designed to address the problem of obesity among, primarily mothers of school aged children and of Hispanic descent.

Immigration and Integration with Education

It is a fact: there are eight million Legal Residents in The United States; over 30,000 new Legal Residents in Houston/Harris County on average per year. Bonding Against Adversity assists Legal Permanent Residents to become US Citizens. We provide one-on-one legal assistance, we offer presentations on current immigration issues, and work with Community Service Organizations, offering assistance with Form N400 preparation, and we bring local attorneys and immigration specialist to assist with the best preparation.

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