Get help becoming a U.S. citizen!

Are you, or someone you know, applying to become a U.S. citizen? Here are some resources to help you:

Citizenship, Immigration & Refugee Agencies and Information Websites:

This list covers free library tools and local agencies that can help.

This page covers information on how to apply for U.S. citizenship.

Free Library resources to help you study to become a U.S. citizen

Becoming A U.S. Citizen

US Citizenship Test Study Guide 2021 And 2022: Naturalization Test Prep For All 100 USCIS Civics Questions And Answers [3rd Edition]

How to Be An American


Prepare for the Civics, Reading, and Writing portions of the Naturalization Test using a serious of 100 informative videos, practice exercises and other tools. All you need is your library card. Don't have a card? Get a card online!

ProCitizen is available in English and Spanish.

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Includes U.S. Citizenship Test Preparation Guide and U.S. Citizenship Practice Tests. Click on SkillSurfer, then on Adult Learner Resources to get free access with your library card.

Available in English and Spanish.

About the Civics Test

Beginning on April 19, 2021, USCIS is administering only the 2008 civics test to N-400 applicants at their initial interview appointment, regardless of their filing date. USCIS will no longer offer the 2020 civics test at the initial interview, but will continue to provide study materials for the 2020 test for those applicants who are eligible to choose between the 2008 or 2020 civics test at their re-exam or N-336 hearing.

Read more here.

Fees:  It currently costs $725 to apply to become a U.S. citizen. See application materials.

  • Applicants 75 years of age or older do not need to pay a biometric fee. They only need to pay the $640 filing fee.
  • No fee is required for military applicants filing under section 328 or 329 of the INA.

Request for Reduced Fee

Use this form to request a reduced filing fee for Form N-400, Application for Naturalization, if your documented annual household income is greater than 150 percent but not more than 200 percent of the Federal Poverty Guidelines at the time you file.

Mexican citizens can also apply for financial assistance for citizenship fees at the Mexican Consulate, 3915 E Broadway Blvd, Tucson, AZ 85711, (520) 882-5595  

Citizenship Classes

Would you like to take free online citizenship classes?  Pima College Adult Basic Education for College and Career is offering citizenship classes online. 

You will need a phone, tablet or laptop, and a good internet connection. The schedule is:

  • Wednesdays, 11:15 am–12:45 pm & 6–7 pm
  • Fridays, 1–2:30 pm & 6–7:30 pm

Call 520-206-3737 to register.