U.S. Citizenship Information Guide
U.S. History and Government
|LITERACY LIFE 342.73023 Plummer||Plummer, Simmie G.||The Constitution made easier.|
|Bernotas, Bob.||The Federal government: How it works.|
|LITERACY LIFE 973 2001 Bailey||Bailey, Judith.||From the beginning: A first reader in American history.|
|BASIC ED LIFE
|One nation many people.|
|Y328.73 Ritchie||Ritchie, Donald A.||The Senate.|
|323.1 Level 1 U.S.||U.S. Government Structure, Level 1|
|323.1 Level 11 U.S.||U.S. Government Structure, Level 2|
|323.1 Level 1 U.S.||United States History,1600-1987 Level 1|
|323.1 Level 11 U.S.||United States History,1600-1987 Level 2|
|REF 353 United 2014 (McA Branch)||United States Government Manual.|
|Literacy Life 323.6 Bliss 2010||Bliss, Bill.||Voices of freedom : English and civics.|
Commonwealth of Massachusetts. www.mass.gov
Information on Massachusetts government.
Naturalization Self Test. www.naturalizationSelfTest.notlong.com
This USCIS page provides a chance for prospective citizens to test their knowledge before taking the actual test.
Congress: Legislative Information. https://www.congress.gov/
Information about the Senate and House of Representatives.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. www.uscis.gov
Information about citizenship and naturalization, green cards, and other immigration issues. Services include downloadable immigration forms, case status searching.
The White House www.whitehouse.gov
Includes information on the current President as well as the cabinet and other branches of government.
Take free, full-length practice tests online with Learning Express. Set up an account with your Framingham Library card number and a valid e-mail address. You do not have to be in the library to use Learning Express; you may access it anywhere you have an internet connection.
After registering, go to the top left corner of the homepage, and below the logo click where it says 'All Centers.'Then, click on 'Adult Learning Center,' and once the page opens click "Become a U.S. Citizen." Here you will find all the resources available on Learning Express to prepare for the exam and get a Green Card.
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