Class instructor Norman Martin, 63, of Merced, right, assists Livingston residents David Martinez, 56, center, and Rosa Areyan, 52, left, during a Merced Adult School citizenship class held at Campus Park Elementary School in Livingston, Calif., on Tuesday, April 25, 2017. The class prepares the students for the naturalization process to become a United States citizen.
Class instructor Norman Martin, 63, of Merced, right, assists Livingston residents David Martinez, 56, center, and Rosa Areyan, 52, left, during a Merced Adult School citizenship class held at Campus Park Elementary School in Livingston, Calif., on Tuesday, April 25, 2017. The class prepares the students for the naturalization process to become a United States citizen. Andrew Kuhn akuhn@mercedsun-star.com
Class instructor Norman Martin, 63, of Merced, right, assists Livingston residents David Martinez, 56, center, and Rosa Areyan, 52, left, during a Merced Adult School citizenship class held at Campus Park Elementary School in Livingston, Calif., on Tuesday, April 25, 2017. The class prepares the students for the naturalization process to become a United States citizen. Andrew Kuhn akuhn@mercedsun-star.com

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