Check out our list of programs that will help prepare you in the process of becoming a citizen. These online classes provide instruction on the civics questions, practicing the naturalization interview, and offer information about the citizenship process. Please note these programs will serve you best if taken as part of a series; registration for participation is usually for the entire 4 week series. However, you may attend any or all of the program sessions as your schedule allows.
To be eligible for naturalization, you must be able to read, write, and speak basic English.
All applicants for naturalization with a filing date (also known as a received date) on or after Dec. 1, 2020, but before March 1, 2021, with an initial examination (interview) before April 19, 2021, will have the choice to either take the 2008 civics test or the 2020 civics test.
Once you access these free databases from home with your library card number and PIN, you must register with a username and password to create a personal account within the database and save your progress.