Are you working toward U.S. Citizenship? Make an appointment for a practice interview session with an MCLS staff member to go through all three sections of the test: reading, writing and the civics questions. This practice session will give you a good idea of what will happen during the interview and how well prepared you are. These appointments will take place via GoToMeeting until further notice. Go to the Virtual Branch page for more information on GoToMeeting.
Civics Test Updates
Everything you need to become a naturalized U.S. citizen
Are you a green card holder, ready to apply for the highest and most secure benefit offered by U.S. immigration law? Becoming a U.S. Citizen will help you ensure that you’re eligible and get through the application process as soon as possible. Covering topics that most other books don’t, you’ll learn about:
- how to fill out Form N-400
- special exceptions allowing for early applications
- risks that might stop you from applying at this time, and
- how to prepare for the exam and interview
This set, Defining Documents in American History: American Citizenship, offers in-depth analysis of eighty-four documents, including book excerpts, speeches, political debates, testimony, court rulings, legal texts, legislative acts, essays, newspaper and magazine articles, and interviews. These selections trace the definition and role of citizenship throughout the history of the United States, from the American Revolution to the current immigration debate.