Citizenship Resources

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U.S. Citizenship Course - Coming in Spring of 2024

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Six-week study course for the U.S. Naturalization test.
Main Library, DiMattia Building. Tech Center. 3rd floor.

Applicants must read, write, and comprehend basic English.
Applicants age 50 and older with 20 years of legal permanent residency or 55 and older with 15 years of legal permanent residency could be excused from the English literacy requirement.

Registration is required and will be open in February of 2024.

Study Online for Citizenship Exam

Citizenship on the Go (COG)

This is a self-paced citizenship preparation course created at the Hartford Public Library and courteously offered to the Ferguson Library patrons.

Preparing for The Oath U.S. History and Civics for Citizenship

Smithsonian National Museum of American History

Citizenship Study Guide

Interactive U.S. Citizenship Course

USA Learns Citizenship

This free online course helps immigrants prepare for all parts of the naturalization interview.

Pronunciator: The World’s Largest Language Learning Service

Prepare for Naturalization Test with Pronunciator

  • Comprehensive language learning software supports learning of 80 languages in 50 different interfaces
  • Largest ESL curriculum with courses in 50 non-English languages
  • Apps are available for iPad, iPhone, Android, and Kindle
  • Includes up to 22 months of guided instructions per language, and 6-8 weeks of travel, citizenship, and healthcare courses.

Citizenship Interview Training

To schedule an individual appointment for Mock Interview for American history, civics and N400 call 203-351-8228.

If you had failed English part of the exam, please click here to check our ESL and Literacy resources.  

Citizenship & Immigration Community Resources

Immigration Help

Immigration Help

Legal-aid nonprofit organization helping low-income immigrants prepare their immigration forms online for free.
Provides pro bono help with work permits, DACA, and citizenship applications.

AILA - American Immigration Lawyers Association

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AILA Member attorneys represent U.S. families seeking permanent residence for close family members, as well as U.S. businesses seeking talent from the global marketplace. AILA Members also represent foreign students, entertainers, athletes, and asylum seekers, often on a pro bono basis. Services include naturalization clinics, programs for immigrants, service providers, and immigration lawyers.

Jewish Family Service of Greenwich

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A non-profit, non discriminatory social service agency which provides quality, affordable social services. Accredited representatives.


One Holly Hill Lane
Greenwich, CT 06830
United States


Building One Community

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A non-profit organization providing a comprehensive resource center for recent immigrants in Stamford, Connecticut.


75 Selleck St.
Stamford, CT 06901
United States


Adult Continuing Education

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Programs and enrichment courses for residents of Stamford and surrounding communities.


175 Atlantic St.
Stamford, CT 06901
United States