Free Online Library Tools
Prepare for the Civics, Reading, and Writing portions of the Naturalization Test using a series 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!
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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.
Classes at the Library
Learn about the process of becoming a United States (US) citizen. Study US history and government for the examination, while improving your English skills, and preparing for your citizenship interview.
¿Le interesa aprender inglés? Interested in Learning English?
Nos asociamos con Literacy Connects para ofrecer clases de ELAA durante todo el año. We partner with Literacy Connects to offer ELAA classes year round.
How to Apply for U.S. Citizenship
The process to apply for citizenship can begin online.
Start at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Become a Citizen for guidance, information and a link to forms.
- The section What You Need to Know describes the process of becoming a U.S. Citizen.
- The Start Here section links to resources and forms provided by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).
- At the USCIS Citizenship and Naturalization Based Forms page, forms you need are linked.
Citizenship Exam Help
- The Library provides practice tests and online preparation tools that you can use online from home or in the library. To access remotely, from home or office, you must have a Pima County Public Library card.
- Take free online citizenship classes from Pima County Adult Basic Education.
- Contact citizenship, immigration, and refugee agencies or visit their websites for help.
- A good collection of useful information for immigrants on our Welcome to America page.
Local Agencies and Resources
Find help fast with this handy guide to local agencies and resources.
Location: 4475 South Coach Drive, Tucson, AZ 85714
Please call the Contact Center at 800-375-5283 to request an appointment for in-person services.
The Citizenship Resource Center to learn about the process of becoming a U.S. citizen, how you may qualify, and the study tools to help you.
Pima College Adult Basic Education offers free online citizenship classes. Call for latest information and to register.
Find a licensed immigration lawyer. Español
Supports refugees through transitional benefits and contracted community partners as they resettle in the United States. Español
140 W Speedway, Suite 230, Tucson, AZ 85705
520-623-0344 or 1-800-234-0344
Offers an Immigration and Citizenship Program, and Migration and Refugee Services. They can assist you with your family-based petitions, DACA (Dreamers Petitions), applications for Lawful Permanent Residency, naturalization applications, and other applications for immigration benefits.
1525 N Oracle Rd, Tucson, AZ 85705
Helps with many services, such as:
- Low-cost consultations
- Informational sessions
- Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) renewals
- Green card renewals (I-90 Permanent Resident card renewal)
- Work Permit Renewals
- Family petitions
- Consular Processing
- Adjustment of status
1011 North Craycroft Road, Suite 404, Tucson, AZ 85711
Provides opportunities for refugees, asylees, victims of human trafficking, survivors of torture, and other immigrants to thrive in America. The IRC works with government bodies, civil society actors, and local volunteers to help them translate their past experiences into assets that are valuable to their new communities.
1406 E Grant Road, Tucson, AZ 85719
Iskashitaa Refugee Network creates opportunities to integrate UN refugees into the Southern Arizona community while educating the public, strengthening the local food system, reducing local food waste, and increasing food security.
AILA provides Know Your Rights handouts for several scenarios: ICE worksite raids (for employers), ICE home visits, and ICE public stops. Print the handouts in 7 languages.
Refugee & Immigration Services
3364 E. Grant Rd., Tucson, AZ 85716
Services include pre-arrival housing, case management, navigating transportation and basic public services, employment support, K-12 refugee education services, women's empowerment, immigration services, and the Tucson Refugee Youth Mentor Program.
Browse health information in multiple languages, arranged by language. You can also browse this information by health topic.
3915 E Broadway Blvd, Tucson, AZ 85711
PO Box #43691
Tucson, AZ 85733
Owl & Panther offers refugee families opportunities for personal expression, enhanced self-esteem, validation of self-worth, and ways of connection to others.
Refugee and Immigration Services - Lutheran Social Services of the Southwest (formerly Refugee Focus)
1231 N. Norris Ave., Tucson, AZ 85719
Every year, the President and the State Department identify global regions in which people have an exceptional need for protection outside of their home countries. These refugees and asylees are then invited to resettle in the “land of opportunity,” in a nation that cherishes the value of uplifting the oppressed. With volunteers and community Welcome Teams, LSS-SW builds self-reliant foundations for approximately 400 refugees each year.
A coalition of refugee service providers in Arizona guiding refugees towards self-sufficiency.
Official study materials include questions and answers in English, Spanish, and Chinese. Includes flashcards and more.
An online center for information and education for refugees, asylum seekers, immigrants and welcoming communities.
Practice your English skills in speaking, listening, vocabulary, pronunciation, reading, writing, and grammar.
Find the information you need by calling the library's Infoline at 520-791-4010 or by sending your question to Ask a Librarian.