Naturalization and Legal

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services Field Office in Charlotte serves Charlotte Mecklenburg County as well as two other surrounding counties. Charlotte Mecklenburg Library partners with this organization, as well as a variety of legal organizations, to offer Naturalization Information sessions. To see more Charlotte based resources about the naturalization process or additional resources for legal help, visit our Immigration LibGuide.

Resettlement Communities

The Charlotte area has a wide array of organizations dedicated to building communities during the process of resettlement. The Latin American Coalition, International House, Galilee Center are just a few of the incredible opportunities to get help or meet those who can share your life experience as a refugee, immigrant and/or first-born generation. To see more Charlotte based resources that offer resettlement help to immigrants, visit our Immigration LibGuide.

World Languages

The Charlotte Mecklenburg Library hosts many English as a Second Language (ESL) programs in addition to ongoing conversation clubs. The library also offers free access to Transparent Language. This online resource is a fun and engaging experience for language learners at all skill levels.  To see more Charlotte based resources to help with learning English, visit our Immigration LibGuide.

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Bibliocommons Lists

Explore Charlotte Mecklenburg Library book lists on topics such as naturalization, learning English and more. Each list is curated by library staff and includes physical items, electronic items and resources. To view more lists, please visit our catalog.

Aprender Inglés

Prepara a Tu Hijo Para La Escuela

Citizenship Resources for Naturalization

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