US Citizenship Workshops at the Tulare County Libraries

US Citizenship Workshops at the Tulare County Libraries

Interested in becoming a U.S. Citizen? Tulare County Library invites you to citizenship information workshops at our branch libraries in May. Short presentations will be held primarily in Spanish and/or in English, depending upon the first choice of language for those in attendance. Participants will learn about the requirements and process to become a U.S. citizen.

Participants will also receive study materials to prepare for the citizenship exam.  After the presentations, participants will sit one-on-one with an attorney, or paralegal, to see if they are eligible for assistance in filling out their naturalization application. To participate in the one-on-one session, participants will need to bring their green card, ID card and, if applicable, provide any court dispositions.

Presentations will be held at:


Exeter Branch Library

230 E Chestnut Exeter Ca 93221

Wednesday, May 29



Farmersville Branch Library

624 N Avery Farmersville Ca 93223

Wednesday, May 22



Woodlake Branch Library

400 W Whitney Woodlake Ca 93286

Tuesday, May 21



The workshops will be led by Central California Legal Services, Inc. (CCLS).  CCLS is a private, not-for-profit, public interest law firm established for the purpose of providing free civil legal assistance to low-income individuals, families, organizations and communities. For more information about the workshops, please contact CCLS at 559-570-1278.

Workshop participants can enter a drawing for a Samung Galaxy Tab A. The tablet was provided by the Libraries Helping Immigrants grant, a Library Services and Technology (LSTA) grant. LSTA grants are federal funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services that are awarded by the California State Library.

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