Immigration Questions Answered in Person

Free help from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

Do you have a question about your immigration status? Would you like to apply for citizenship, but don’t know where to begin? Have you been the victim of an immigration scammer who promised you the moon and stars for a very high fee?

We're now offering Immigration Questions Answered in Person sessions at the Eckstrom-Columbus, Valencia, Woods Memorial, and Quincie Douglas Libraries. Stop by and a representative of the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services will help you get the information you need when you need it most. These free sessions are for anyone with questions about immigration and the naturalization process.

We also offer Citizenship Classes in English at the Eckstrom-Columbus, Valencia, and Woods Memorial Libraries, and in Spanish at the Quincie Douglas Library,

Are you waiting for your appointment to take the citizenship test and want to get ready? Don't forget to borrow the Civics and Citizenship Toolkit, with information in English and Spanish, from your nearest library.

Civics and Citizenship Toolkit

And, don't forget the Citizenship Resource Center on the US Citizenship and Immigration Services websites for access to many more resources!