Immigration and Citizenship Resources from the Free Library

By Lindsay S. RSS Wed, September 9, 2020

2020 has brought many changes to the United States, including changes to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). The Free Library stands with immigrants and is here to support the information needs of all Philadelphia residents with resources about citizenship and naturalization

On Wednesday, September 23, the Languages and Learning Center will be hosting a Virtual USCIS Information Session on immigration and citizenship at 5:30 p.m. through Zoom. USCIS representatives will be available to answer your questions about the naturalization process and the upcoming changes in fees and regulations for immigrants living in the U.S. This is a free virtual event open to the public, with registration now open. Interested in preparing for the U.S. citizenship test? Check out the online resources you can access on your home computer, tablet, or smartphone with your library card

For additional information about this virtual information session and the Free Library’s resources on immigration and citizenship, email adultlearning @

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Hi,how are you doing,I am looking forward citizenship class, so I would like to participate in this class. Thank you so much!
Qiuping Li - Philadelphia
Thursday, September 10, 2020