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Norwalk, CT 06850
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Immigration Rights Resources
Governor's Office 

  • 2.22.17 Press Release - Malloy Administration Issues Guidance to Law Enforcement and School Districts Regarding Immigration Matters

American Immigration Lawyers Association - CT Chapter


Our Computer Classes in Spanish

Literacy Volunteers link

Our world languages collection

DVDs in Foreign Languages

Citizenship basics book collection @ Norwalk Public Library

TOEFL @ Norwalk Public Library

English Self Study @ Norwalk Public Library

Language Study @ Norwalk Public Library

Computers and Internet/WIFI: Get free access and assistance with searching and downloading information.

External Links

Briefly explains the importance of becoming a citizen and the application process.

The Application Process

Information on the requirements and application process to become a U.S. Citizen.

General and special requirements for becoming a naturalized U.S. citizen.

A Guide to Naturalization and M-599, Naturalization Information for Military Personnel.  USCIS manuals with information on the process and eligibility requirements to become a U.S. citizen. Available in PDF format.

A list of common questions and answers about how to become a U.S. citizen.

Learn the economic benefits of naturalization.

Learn about the naturalization process, take a basic Eligibility Screen to see if you qualify, and be guided through the application form from start to finish.

Questions and Quizzes to Prepare for the U.S. Citizenship

A listing of possible questions that may be asked during the citizenship exam.

A list of sample U.S. history and government questions for naturalization test preparation. The document is available in English, Spanish, Chinese, Tagalog, and Vietnamese. Available in PDF format and MP3 audio.

From the San Francisco Public Library, citizenship questions and answers in English, Spanish, Chinese, and Russian.

From the Smithsonian Institution, uses museum collections and exhibitions in a web-based learning tool that supports aspiring citizens’ efforts to prepare for the civics portion of the naturalization test.

Know Your Rights / ¡Conozca sus derechos!

Connecticut Refugee Resettlement Services  

Connecticut State Refugee Assistance Program

Department of Social Services

25 Sigourney Street, Hartford, CT 06106

Contacts:

State Refugee Coordinator: Carlene Taylor, 860-424-5889

State Refugee Health Coordinator: Alison Stratton,860.509.7375

ORR Regional Representative: Julie Munro, 617.565.3671