Announcing the launch of new educational publishing company
R.T. Publications is releasing its first study guide with numerous more to follow in the near future. Their new study guide,designed to help people pass the U.S. Citizenship exam and interview, is being praised and new and innovative. It has a simple, straightforward approach that is interesting yet easy to understand.
It can be found at citizenshipcd.com
A free, mini version with many study tips can be found at citizenshiptesttips.com This site is loaded with free citizenship and immigration information.
Now, a word from the founder of R.T. Publications and the author of the new citizenship study guide, Richard Rash:
R.T. Publications is a small, independently owned and operated publishing company dedicated to communities, whether they are next-door or a half a world away. We believe that to be truly free, one has to have easy access to accurate information that is true and understandable. Information can bring people and communities together for a common goal or cause and our mission is to be a part of this growing, positive trend.
Our passion at R.T. Publications is to teach, educate, inform and grow with people and communities. “Passing the U.S. Citizenship Interview: Yes, You Can Do It!” is a prime example of our passion at work. Have you ever attended a ceremony where new U.S. Citizens are being sworn in? Our founder and author of this study guide, Richard Rash, has attended numerous ceremonies, including his wife’s. He says the look of pride, joy, relief and gratitude on the faces of new Americans meld together and surrounds the person in an aura that glows like a parent gazing upon their new born child for the first time. That is what drives us, that is why we do what we do: to play a part in watershed moments in people’s lives.
We hope that our passion reflects in our work and we look forward to providing you with quality educational materials in the future. We encourage you to contact us with questions, suggestions, submissions, ideas or concerns.
I know of no more encouraging fact than the unquestionable ability of a person to elevate their life by conscious endeavor.
Henry David Thoreau