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USA Learns

american flagUSA Learns - Citizenship Course
Prepare for your citizenship or naturalization interview. USA Learns Citizenship will help you with the information and language you need to become a U.S. citizen.

The course has four units:

  • Unit 1: Steps to Becoming a U.S. Citizen
  • Unit 2: N-400 Interview Practice
  • Unit 3: Civics, Reading and Writing Practice
  • Unit 4: Your Interview and New Citizenship

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Citizenship / Naturalization Resources

  • Red Card - Immigrant Legal Resource Center
    The "Red Card" gives immigrants, citizens and non-citizens alike, the words to
    effectively assert and defend their constitutional rights to immigration law
    enforcement personnel and others.

Contra Costa County Resources

The East Bay Naturalization Collaborative helps people  become citizens. Nine legal  and community-based organizations team up to provide free and low-cost naturalization and other immigration-related services to East Bay residents. 

For Spanish - Google Voice (510)952-7933

For English, Chinese, Vietnamese, Tagalog, Korean, & other Asian languages, API Legal Outreach - (510) 251-2846

For Farsi & Dari, International Institute of the Bay Area - (510)894-3639

IIBA is a nonprofit has been providing immigration legal services
to residents of the Bay Area since 1918. They welcome, educate, and serve immigrants, refugees, and their families as they join and contribute to the community. 

Antioch office - English & Spanish - (925) 257-8581 ext. 11

Oakland office - English & Spanish - (510) 451-2846

JFCS East BayJewish Family & Community Services

JFCS East Bay provides professional assistance to immigrants and refugees applying for a range of immigration legal services.

Walnut Creek office - Spanish, Farsi, Dari, Arabic, Russian, and English - (925) 927-2000

Stand Together Contra Costa provides no-cost rapid-response support, civil deportation defense legal services and clinics, immigrant rights education and training, and direct-service support for immigrant individuals and families in Contra Costa County.

24 hour hotline 925-900-5151

Library Resources Online

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LearningExpress Library
Find U.S. Citizenship Test Prep. Prep includes online practice tests and the eBook, Pass the U.S. Citizenship Exam, 5th Edition.

Brainfuse - United States Citizenship Test 
All the resources you need to pass the test. Find Prepare for the US Citizenship Test  in the Adult Learning Center.

Library Materials