• Know Your Rights

    The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has published guidelines on your rights if stopped by the police, immigration officials, or the FBI. Handy FAQ sheet. Access at Your Legal Rights.

    Title VI. Prohibition Against National Origin Discrimination Affecting Limited English Proficient Persons.
    National Archives and Records Administration, guidance regarding Title VI Prohibilition Against National Origin Discrimination Affecting Limited English Proficient Persons. Title VI provisions

  • Practice Civics Test

    Practice Civics Test


    The civics practice test is a study tool to help you test your knowledge of U.S. history and government. You have the option to review the questions in English only or in English with Spanish subtitles. The actual test is in English. We have provided Spanish subtitles for those who may find it easier to learn in their native language. Use this online tool to prepare for the civics portion of the naturalization test.

    This practice test contains 20 questions.

    Click here to take the practice exam.

  • Legal Tools

    Tools for Legal Assistance


    Presentation on U.S. Citizenship Benefits and Progress

    Available in English, Arabic, French, Nepali, Somali, and Spanish.

    Download (PDF, Unknown)

    Information provided by CLINIC

  • Legal Advice and Assistance (Maricopa)

    Legal Advice and Assistance


    Clinic – Legal Affiliations

    At the Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc., we’re proud to work with passionate advocates who take up the cause of helping immigrants every day. We currently have over 380 affiliates across 47 states and the District of Columbia, fulfilling this important need. If you’re looking for an affiliate near you, please use directory and filters below to locate one.

    Catholic Charities Community Services of Phoenix

    5151 N. 19th Ave.

    Phoenix, AZ 85015

    (602) 749-4400

    For more national locations click here.

     

    Friendly House

    Attorney at Law

    Hiedy Marcus: hiedy.marcus@friendlyhouse.org

    723 S 1st Ave

    Phoenix, AZ 85003

     

    International Rescue Committee

    Our 14-week classes are free to the public and offered at several locations in the Phoenix area. Students will learn about U.S. government and history, practice English skills, and prepare for the interview. To qualify, students must be over 18 and have been a legal permanent resident for 5 years. IRC also offers low-cost immigration services, and our team can help individuals apply for citizenship or renew their green card.

    We offer students one 3-hour class per week. Walk-ins welcome! New Class Schedule in April

    4425 W Olive Ave #400

    Glendale, AZ 85003

    Citizenship Outreach and Education Program

    Melissa Maness: (602) 433-2440 x 291 | Clayton.Cranford@Rescue.org

    Victim Advocate Program

    Robert Moore: (602) 433-2440 | Robert.Moore@Rescue.org

     

    Muslim Legal Fund of America (MLFA)

    MLFA leads a national effort to assist Muslim individuals obtain legal assistance in times of need. MLFA may also provide financial assistance for legal costs for situations in which individuals are being approached by federal law enforcement agents, especially if the individuals believe they are being approached because of their religious beliefs. Keep in mind, however, that MLFA is not a law firm. MLFA only provides funding in support of legal work and programs to defend the legal rights of Muslims in America. MLFA does not practice law and cannot provide legal advice

    833 E Arapaho Rd, Suite 209
    Richardson, TX 75081

    (972) 331-9021

    mfla.org

     

    Somali American United Council – Citizenship Class

    One-on-one and small group instruction and preperations. Taught in English, all levels welcome and childcare available.

    Monday/Wednesday 10am-12pm, click here to see calendar.

    2425 E. Thomas Rd. # 11

    Phoenix, AZ 85016

    (480) 235-3135

  • Legal Advice and Assistance (Pima)

    Legal Advice and Assistance


    Clinic – Legal Affiliations

    At the Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc., we’re proud to work with passionate advocates who take up the cause of helping immigrants every day. We currently have over 380 affiliates across 47 states and the District of Columbia, fulfilling this important need. If you’re looking for an affiliate near you, please use directory and filters below to locate one.

    Catholic Community Services of Southern Arizona

    140 W. Speedway Blvd. Suite 130

    Tucson, AZ  85705

    (520) 623-4555

     

    Court Appointed Special Advocates

    2225 E. Ajo Way

    Tucson, AZ 85713

    Casaofpimacounty.org

    (520) 724-2060

     

    Citizenship Classes – Palo Verde Family Resource Center

    Free classes the provide opportunities to learn about the U.S. government and history, improve English skills, and prepare to become a U.S. citizen.

    1302 S. Avenidia Vega

    Tucson, AZ 85710

    tusd1.org/Departments/Family-Resource-Centers/Palo-Verde-Family-Center

    (520) 584-7455

    Wednesdays 11:15am-12:45pm

     

    Muslim Legal Fund of America (MLFA)

    MLFA leads a national effort to assist Muslim individuals obtain legal assistance in times of need. MLFA may also provide financial assistance for legal costs for situations in which individuals are being approached by federal law enforcement agents, especially if the individuals believe they are being approached because of their religious beliefs. Keep in mind, however, that MLFA is not a law firm. MLFA only provides funding in support of legal work and programs to defend the legal rights of Muslims in America. MLFA does not practice law and cannot provide legal advice

    833 E Arapaho Rd, Suite 209
    Richardson, TX 75081

    (972) 331-9021

    mfla.org

     

    Pima County Public Library

    Pima County Public Library offers free Citizenship Classes at a variety of locations weekly. Citizenship classes are offered in English and Spanish. To view upcoming classes and to read more about this program visit their website at pima.bibliocommons.com/events/search or view the events page.