Citizenship Multilingual Resources

New Resources released in connection with Constitution Day and Citizenship Day!

USCIS is pleased to announce the following new resources are now available:

Two-Generational Family Approaches to Citizenship (PDF, 170.13 KB) - This tip sheet highlights ways K-12 schools and adult citizenship education programs can engage the entire family through civics education.

N-400 Topic Exercises: Oath of Allegiance (PDF, 1 MB) - This educational handout describes the key principles found in the Oath of Allegiance that applicants take at their naturalization ceremonies.

A More Perfect Union: The USCIS Civics Test Guide to the Monuments and Memorials on the National Mall (PDF, 2.66 MB) is a series of 13 interactive resources that allows applicants to learn about the individuals and events represented by the monuments and memorials in Washington, DC, while studying for the naturalization civics test. The Civics Test Guide to Constitution Gardens is the first in the series to be released, and it highlights the naturalization civics test questions relating to the principles and structures of government and the rights and responsibilities of citizens that are identified in the U.S. Constitution.

National Park Service Expedition Series (Video) - Developed for students by the National Parks Service, this fun and informative five-part video series explores the history and significance of Ellis Island.

This section centralizes USCIS citizenship publications and resources available in other languages. Select one of the languages below to find these resources as you are preparing for U.S. citizenship.

Certain applicants, because of age and time as a lawful permanent resident, are exempt from the English requirements for naturalization and may take the civics test in the language of their choice. For more information, see the exceptions and accommodations page and the USCIS Policy Manual Citizenship and Naturalization Guidance.

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USCIS has developed a 15-minute video on the naturalization process in American Sign Language. The video provides an overview of the eligibility requirements to become a U.S. citizen, how to apply for naturalization, and the free resources to help you prepare for the naturalization interview and test. The video is part of USCIS’ effort to ensure that individuals with disabilities have access to the information they need to become U.S. citizens.