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Immigration and Citizenship Resources

Overview of immigration and citizenship resources, including websites and organizations at the local and national level.

U.S. Citizenship


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.

When you’re ready to prepare the Form N-400, Application for Naturalization, CitizenPath will guide you through the application using simple instructions and explanations.


U.S. Citizenship Knowledge Base

Many of your most frequently asked questions about U.S. citizenship, naturalization and Form N-400 can be found in our N-400 knowledge base. If you don’t find what you’re looking for, contact us with a question.

Additional U.S. Citizenship Resources

Read more about N-400, Application for Naturalization
Watch a video about N-400, Application for Naturalization
USCIS Web Page for Citizenship Through Naturalization
N-400 Citizenship Application Checklist
Expedited U.S. Citizenship for Military Personnel and Families
USCIS Guide to Naturalization
Information on Dual Citizenship
Study Materials for the U.S. Citizenship Test

From; accessed September 28, 2017.

U.S. Citizenship Podcast

A website containing a collection of podcasts on preparing for the U.S. Citizenship exam.; accessed October 5, 2017.

How to Connect with the Immigration Advocates Network

Fill out this online form (e-mail address, library, city, state are required fields) to receive information concerning one or more of the following:


  • Learning more about Citizenshipworks
  • Learning more about Immi
  • Leaning more about joining the Immigration Advocates Network
  • Other

From; accessed September 25, 2017.

Aids for Obtaining U.S. Citizenship and Marriage Green Cards - Boundless



Boundless is a website created by immigrants and immigration experts that has compiled lists of resources required for obtaining U.S. citizenship or green cards through marriage.

From the New York Times, Dec. 27, 2017 by Kevin Roose:

"Boundless is a Seattle-based start-up that has simplified the process of applying for marriage-based green cards, an often-frustrating process for immigrants and their spouses. Instead of filling out complex applications, users are guided step by step through a series of questions, and their answers are reviewed by an immigration lawyer before being sent in. The service costs $500 per application, a deep discount from the fees typically paid to immigration lawyers."


From the Boundless website:

"We are a team of immigrants and experts who have struggled with our own journeys through the complex, high-stakes U.S. immigration system. Just like millions of other families, we’ve had to choose between paying thousands of dollars in legal fees or spending months trying to figure out how to do everything ourselves. We knew there had to be a better way. That’s what we’re building, after hundreds of conversations with families, immigration lawyers, and government officials — a trusted partner and guide for your entire immigration journey."


Local Resources - Learning Express Library

Learning Express Library
Learning Express Library is available through the Huntsville-Madison County Public Library website: Click on the 'Resources' tab.
To access materials on Learning Express you must have an account. If you don't have one you can click on 'Register' beside the line stating 'New user'.
The citizenship materials can be accessed either by clicking on the 'Adult Learning Center' tab or by typing in 'Citizenship' in the search screen.
Learning Express Library includes many citizenship resources, available as ebooks, including the following:

  • Becoming a U.S. Citizen: What is Citizenship
  • Pass the U.S. Citizenship Exam, 5th Edition
  • Citizenship Test Practice: Civics Questions
  • Becoming a U.S. Citizen: How and Where to Get Help
  • Becoming a U.S. Citizen: The Process
  • Becoming a U.S. Citizen: The English and Civics Tests



Local Resources - Books from the HMCPL Catalog

Following are books available in the HMCPL catalog dealing with U.S. Citizenship and the U.S. citizenship exam: