U.S. citizenship through naturalization is the most common way that immigrants become U.S. citizens. It’s the end of a long journey but the beginning of a new life for many Americans.
To assist our community with this process, the Round Lake Area Public Library is excited to announce that they now have a Citizenship Information Center, located at the library! The center is located in the main lobby and will have books, DVDs, and CDs that you can easily check out with your library card. You will also find free pamphlets, brochures, etc. about the naturalization process. Most all materials are in Spanish, too! Don’t have a library card or your library card is from another library? No problem, stop by the Circulation Desk for assistance in obtaining one. Can’t find what you need? Stop by the Adult Reference desk for further assistance.
In addition, to the Citizenship Information Center, the library offers FREE citizenship classes to help you prepare for your naturalization exam. Classes are held each Tuesday in the Computer Classroom. Registration is at 5:30 p.m. and classes begin at 6:00 p.m. When you’re ready to prepare for naturalization the Round Lake Area Public Library will guide you through the process using simple instructions and explanations.
They are excited to help anyone who is preparing for their U.S. Citizenship. During the upcoming year, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will present several Citizenship Information Sessions at the library. More information about the dates and times will be posted on their website, as well as, the Citizenship Information Center at the Round Lake Area Public Library!
If you have questions, please contact the library at 847-546-7060. You can speak with Sandra Lopez ext. 122 (Spanish/English) or Edith Basir ext. 110 (English only).
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