Welcome to the Citizenship and Immigration resource page for our library. The information that follows is available to you in a number of languages. We encourage you to explore the contents online, or to ask our library staff for assistance.
The resources that we offer include information on the naturalization process, the citizenship exam questions in a variety of languages, direct access to immigration forms and to scheduling an appointment with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services USCIS, as well as contact information for local community resources that may be of more assistance to you as you pursue your United States Citizenship. We will also introduce you to English as a Second Language (ESL) information, community support agencies that can help you with English language learning and local agencies that offer legal aid. Additionally, this site provides information about the benefits of becoming a United States Citizen, naturalization requirements, the process of naturalization, as well as information about if and when you should seek legal help during this process.
We answer some frequently asked questions regarding this process and provide study materials for the civics exam portion of the naturalization process.
Our library collection also includes DVDs and print materials related to immigration that are available to you at your local library. All you need is a free library card.
This information is offered as a general reference and guide, and is not meant to provide specific legal advice.
Thank you so much for visiting our site. Should you have any questions, please contact a Library staff member.
Prepare for the USCIS naturalization interview with these helpful resources, including a guide to naturalization, detailed practice materials for the new citizenship exam (starting October 2008), and a list of local organizations that can help you with the naturalization process. Watch this short video to learn more about the available information.