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Follow the path to citizenship.

This guide contains resources for citizenship through naturalization, the green card, and preparation for taking the U.S. Citizenship Examination.

It also includes a page of library materials about the immigrant experience in America.

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Universal Class Citizenship

  • Universal Class Citizenship Course
    Universal Class offers a self-paced, 7-lesson course on citizenship that covers the application process, civics, government, history, geography, reading and writing. To access, click the above link and type "citizenship" into the search box.

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