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Citizenship and Immigration
Welcome to the County of Los Angeles Citizenship information page. We have assembled many different types of information to help you navigate the process of becoming a citizen of the United States. Clicking the boxes below will link you to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) website.
Here are links to library databases, online resources, and materials from our catalog. Library databases are available to you free of charge with your library card. Clicking on any of the links under Online Resources will take you away from the library's website to different websites with valuable information to help you.
- Learning Express Test Prep
Practice tests and exam preparation for U.S. Citizenship. Includes guide to getting your Green Card.
- Tutor.com's Adult Education and Career Center
Live tutors are available to help with Citizenship preparation. Help is available in English and Spanish.
- Mango Languages
Online language-learning has English language courses for speakers of 15 different languages. Learn on the go with the Mango Mobile app for iPhone and Android.
More information here.
- Powerspeak Languages
Learn English for Spanish-speakers and Chinese-speakers through a series of stories, activities and innovative learning tools.
- Legal Information Reference Center
Provides access to legal reference books on a variety of subjects including how to become a U.S. citizen.
Citizenship & Immigration Resources
- ¡Protégete!…¡Ciudadanía Ya!
Eligible legal permanent residents (LPRs) in Los Angeles County can use this site to apply for citizenship, find trustworthy naturalization services,
and locate citizenship workshops throughout Los Angeles County.
CitizenshipWorks provides easy-to-use online tools to help low and moderate-income individuals to prepare for the naturalization process and tests.
- USCIS Citizenship Resource Center
Provides learners, teachers, and organizations with a one-stop resource for locating citizenship preparation materials and activities.
- Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Los Angeles
Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Los Angeles provides legal services and education to individuals, especially those who speak little or no English.
- Ya es Hora Citizenship Campaign
ya es hora is an historic non-partisan Latino civic participation campaign that links naturalization to voter participation and Census enumeration.
- Immigration Advocates
The Immigration Advocates Network Nonprofit Resource Center provides free web-based tools and resources for nonprofit immigration advocates, organizers and service providers.
Books and more
Click the links below to find items in our libraries that will provide information on the citizenship exam in different languages.
Citizenship-in-a-Bag contains a large variety of educational materials and useful handouts to learn more about the United States and prepare for the naturalization process.
Search the library's catalog for citizenship test materials in English.
Vea materiales de estudio en español para el examen de ciudadania, en el catálogo de la biblioteca.