Workshops are offered in partnership with Alianza NORCO for eligible permanent residents. Participants learn about their applications for U.S. citizenship and receive assistance completing them. Immigration attorneys are present to review applications and answer questions
Poudre Libraries has volunteer tutors trained to help you prepare for your interview, civics exam, and English skills tests. Practicing with a tutor will prepare you for what to expect on the day of your naturalization interview, help you gain confidence in your knowledge, and get ready for the last step in becoming a U.S. Citizen!
To work with a citizenship tutor, you must have
After completing the Citizenship Tutoring application, we will contact you within a week to explain the process and get you started with a tutor. Your tutor will contact you to set up a time to meet each week until your interview. You should expect to
Poudre Libraries has trained volunteers who will act as Naturalization Officers and ask you the types of questions you'll face. This is a great way to practice listening to different styles of questions from multiple interviewers, practice your skills, and gain confidence. Plus, get final tips before your real interview!
Interviews generally take about 1 1/2 - 2 hours.
Note: Volunteers and tutors cannot provide legal assistance or advice. While our tutors understand the naturalization interview process, we do not know which specific questions you'll be asked. The naturalization interview process requires you to provide detailed personal information, but you do not need to share this information with your tutor or practice interviewers. Any information you do share is confidential.