LIVERMORE PUBLIC LIBRARY CITIZENSHIP CORNERS
Libraries play an important role in raising awareness about the naturalization process and the rights and responsibilities of U.S. citizenship. According to recent estimates by the Office of Immigration Statistics, 8.8 million permanent residents are eligible to apply for citizenship. To support these individuals, the Livermore Public Library has dedicated Citizenship Corners at the Civic Center and Rincon branch libraries. Citizenship Corners provide resources to help individuals on the pathway to citizenship. A selection of books, test preparation materials, flashcards, and information about the naturalization process are available for use and may be checked out with a Livermore Public Library card.
Citizenship Corners also feature free United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) brochures, flyers, and DVDs on eligibility and requirements, as well as preparing for the naturalization interview and test. These helpful resources guide individuals through every step of the naturalization process, from identifying U.S. Department of Justice accredited immigrant-serving organizations to completing the naturalization interview.
These free resources are generously provided by the USCIS San Francisco office and the San Francisco Mexican Consulate.