A Guide to Naturalization A document in PDF format to download,
containing information on the benefits and responsibilities of citizenship as well as an overview of the naturalization process, and
Citizenship Questions These are samples of some
of the most frequently asked questions for naturalization.
NW Immigrant Rights Project
A non-profit legal services office that provides legal representation and community education to low-income
refugees and immigrants in Washington State.
Recommended Citizenship Books
indicates this book is in the Hopelink Adult Education library, R
indicates it is in the Reference section, V indicates a video.
Citizenship Now by Aliza Becker and Laurie Edwards. NTC/Contemporary
Publishing Company, 1990. Intermediate level ESL citizenship preparation
textbook; black and white photos, maps, and charts.
American Roots Readings on U.S. Cultural History by Karen Blanchard and
Christine Root. Addison Wesley Longman Inc. 2001. Authentic readings and skill building exercises from nine
historical periods to help students increase their understanding of the culture and history of the U.S.
Citizenship: A Guide to Good Teaching by Elisabeth Mitchell. Tacoma
Community House Training Project, 1998. An informative and well-illustrated guide to important concerns in
preparing learners to take the U.S. citizenship exam. R
Citizenship, Passing the Test, by Lynn Weintraub, New Readers Press, 2002.
Advanced-beginner to low-intermediate level ESL citizenship preparation
textbook written in large text with many black and white illustrations.
The INS Citizenship Interview: Will They Pass? New Readers Press. Video depicting
different people in citizenship interviews with commentary. R V