Citizenship & Immigration Resources
The Citizenship Collection contains materials for those thinking about or applying for citizenship – no matter where you are in the process! Key features include study materials for the Naturalization Test, important US documents in a variety of languages, official USCIS multilingual materials on immigration, green cards, and citizenship. Materials are available in 10+ languages. The collection is located on the second floor, between the World Languages Collection and the Adult Graphic Novel Collection.
- RHPL Citizenship Collection – Resources to help you navigate citizenship
- USCIS Citizenship Resource Center
- 10 Steps to Naturalization
- Naturalization Test and Study Resources
- Citizenship Multilingual Resources
- Apply for Citizenship Online
- N-400, Application for Naturalization
- Commonly Asked Questions
- Green Card Eligibility Categories
- How to Apply for a Green Card
- USCIS Resources for Educational Programs
Free Library Programs
These programs are free with a RHPL library card. Find them on our Program Calendar.
- ELL Conversation Group: Conversation groups are a time to come together and discuss hometowns, food, hobbies, jobs, and other informal topics. Joining a group will introduce you to new friends for a great time! Questions? Contact Mariano at [email protected] or 248-202-9352.
ELL Book Club
- Meet with Rebecca and other English language learners to read a book and talk about it in a friendly setting. Copies of the book will be available at the first meeting. Contact [email protected] with questions.
- Everyday English in Conversation
- Voice of America
ELL Classes and English Learning Resources
- Free one-on-one tutoring in basic reading and English language skills to adults.
- La Casa Amiga
- John Lutheran Church International Bible Study/ESL
- Rochester Community Schools Adult Education
- Oakland Literacy Council: Become a Tutor
- EL/Civics Online
- EL/Civics Online is a unique professional development opportunity for ESL instructors and volunteers who wish to incorporate EL/Civics content into their adult ESL classrooms
- Center for Adult English Language Acquisition
- Oakland Literacy Council