Online Resources for Immigration

For individuals who are interested in becoming citizens, trying to navigate the system can be a challenge. We decided to highlight a few resources that might be helpful.

The first place we recommend for information on government immigration forms & information about the citizenship process is the USCIS Citizenship Website, which has the most current and up-to-date forms. 

At Arapahoe Libraries, we have many resources in our collection that you can use to help during the citizenship process. We have librarians who can help connect you with resources and organizations to help you navigate the citizenship process, but these librarians are not legally certified to answer legal questions you may have. For your benefit we created the Immigrant and Citizenship Guide to use as a resource to connect to local pro-bono and low-cost organizations that help with naturalization.

Additionally, we recommend two online resources that can help you navigate the citizenship process:


  • Helps individuals fill out naturalization paperwork online
  • Has information on how to become a U.S. Citizen
  • Individuals can search for legal help in their area


  • Has a questionnaire that individuals can fill out to see if they qualify for citizenship
  • Individuals can search for legal help in their area
  • Contains information on DACA, Visas, VAWA, and other immigrant rights related information

If you, a friend, or a family member are looking for more citizenship resources, please feel free to Book a Librarian to schedule an appointment with one of our intercultural librarians.

Immigration Information Event

Learn about the steps for lawful permanent residents to become U.S. citizens. Lutheran Family Services will break down the information in an understandable way, including the naturalization process, eligibility requirements and how to access low-cost legal services. All are welcome to attend. 

Oct 5, 4:30-5:30 pm | Eloise May Library

Oct 9, 12:30-1:30 pm | Eloise May Library

Oct 11, 6-7 pm | Smoky Hill

Oct 16, 6-7 pm | Sheridan


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