Are you interested in becoming a U.S. Citizen? The Littleton Immigrant Resources Center is here to help!
We have qualified staff members who can help you determine if you are eligible for citizenship. If you are, we can help answer any questions about the naturalization application and then help you study for your naturalization exam.
We offer small group classes and one-on-one tutoring to help you learn about U.S. civics and history and also help you improve your written and spoken English for the exam. We have Board of Immigration Appeals (B.I.A.) accredited staff who are qualified to help you fill out your application and also represent you at your naturalization interview. Completing the Citizenship Program usually takes 4 to 6 months.
Call 303-795-3968 to set up an appointment to discuss becoming a U.S. Citizen.
Here's what former LIRC students had to say about our Citizenship Program:
"Thank you for the service you provide. The guidance on navigating the process was very valuable." —Odette
"I wanted to be able to vote in the Federal elections and to have all of the rights of an American Citizen. It is a wonderful sense of security to be an American Citizen. The Littleton Immigrant Resources Center is a fabulous resource. Navigating through all of the forms and documents required for the Citizenship process is a daunting task and it was made so much easier with the help of the wonderful staff there. I can't recommend them highly enough!! . . . The LIRC is an invaluable resource for immigrants. The whole process was smooth and the staff kept me informed all along the process. The Citizenship classes were professionally run and so interesting and education. They were also a lot of fun and I truly enjoyed learning not only about American culture, civics and history but also about the other immigrants in the class and their native countries and cultures. This is a fantastic program!!" —Deborah F.
"It's been a really good experience and made me feel confident about the process." —Claudia A.
"LIRC is a really good place for helping new immigrants to study and getting to know more friends." —Yuemei L.