Students and Learners:
Citizenship and Immigration
The Immigration Portal has a directory of lawyers. You
can download free immigration forms and subscribe to a free daily
or weekly immigration update. There are links to information about
various parts of the immigration process.
This site is an extensive collection of immigration self-help resources
and references. It lists on-line services, organizations, and immigration
lawyers and consultants. This is not a general site for learning
about immigration issues; it is a useful resource for those who
have particular immigration questions or problems.
This multiple choice practice test is created by the Immigration
and Naturalization Service (INS).
US Citizenship Test
This ten-question practice test is based on the official test administered by the USCIS. The computer randomly selects a different set of questions every time you take the test. The multiple-choice format allows you to choose an answer and get your score as you go along.
Welcome to the United States: A Guide for New Immigrants
Though the title suggests immigrants themselves as the intended audience, the text-dense format is more appropriate for adults with a high level of literacy. Watch for forthcoming editions in a variety of other languages.
An official government site of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (formerly INS), this site offers accurate, up-to-date information for teachers, program administrators, and others who work with newly naturalized immigrants.