Forms and Tool Kits

  • CitizenshipWorks

    CitizenshipWorks provides easy-to-use online tools to help low and moderate-income individuals to answer important questions about their eligibility for naturalization, to better understand the naturalization process, and to prepare for the naturalization tests. The CitizenshipWorks toolkit includes: 1) An interactive online interview to help individuals to understand their eligibility for naturalization; 2) A self-paced interactive tutorial that explains the naturalization process step-by-step; 3) An online tutorial to help applicants prepare for the naturalization tests; and 4) Links to other resources and information about citizenship and naturalization available online. CitizenshipWorks also provides online tools and resources for nonprofits that provide free or low cost naturalization application services. If you are a nonprofit that is interested in learning more about CitizenshipWorks, please email us at Content Detail

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  • Immigration Forms, Fees and Fingerprints

    Welcome to the Forms, Fees and Fingerprints information center. From here you'll be able to find most of what you'll need to apply to for a immigration-related service, benefit, or permit. Many of these forms (benefit applications and petitions) require the payment of a fee in order for BCIS to process (adjudicate) your requests. Some also require applicants to pay an additional and separate fee for fingerprinting. This section will provide you with information on fees and fingerprint requirements. The Forms and Fees page provides information on Immigration forms and how to print them. Content Detail

    Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services
  • Naturalization: Apply for U.S. Citizenship

    Naturalization is the process by which U.S. citizenship is conferred upon a foreign citizen or national after he or she fulfills the requirements established by Congress in the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA). The general requirements for administrative naturalization include: (1) a period of continuous residence and physical presence in the United States; (2) residence in a particular USCIS District prior to filing; (3) an ability to read, write, and speak English; (4) a knowledge and understanding of U.S. history and government; good moral character; (5) attachment to the principles of the U.S. Constitution; and, (6) favorable disposition toward the United States. Content Detail

    U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services