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Libraries play a critical role in serving immigrant communities. Through our joint effort with the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), we plan to educate librarians, and in turn their immigrant customers, on topics ranging from naturalization, the unauthorized practice of immigration law, and the importance of digital literacy.
USCIS and IMLS Partnership Goals
  • Provide citizenship and other immigration-related educational materials to libraries.
  • Offer training opportunities for librarians on a variety of immigration topics.
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What Libraries Can Do to Participate
  1. Participate in free informational webinars and in-person USCIS training to enhance and expand adult citizenship education services within your communities.
  2. Order a Civics and Citizenship Toolkit for your library’s collection and consider establishing a Citizenship Corner.
  3. Explore the list of available resources on the USCIS Citizenship Resource Center.
  4. Hold USCIS naturalization information sessions and administrative naturalization ceremonies in libraries
  5. Visit the Citizenship Public Education and Awareness page to print and distribute outreach materials and posters. You will also fine promotional radio and television PSAs that can be added to your webpage.
  6. Contact your local USCIS community relations officer (PDF, 108.8 KB) or IMLS for more information on the support and opportunities available for libraries.
  7. Sign up for free email alerts with important information from USCIS.
  8. Add the USCIS Employee Rights Toolkit to your website and inform workers about their rights and responsibilities during the employment eligibility verification process.
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