This toolkit contains a variety of resources collected and produced through CLINIC’s citizenship projects. It is designed to assist agencies providing citizenship services for the most vulnerable applicants.
This section contains information on legal assistance; trainings; projects; USCIS resources; publications; toolkits; webinars; and research.
This section contains information and studies on the benefits of naturalization.
This section contains information on citizenship requirements and barriers to naturalization.
The Citizenship Process
This section contains information about the application process, interview, and oath; USCIS forms; and USCIS resources.
This section contains information about completing the N-400 and proposed changes to the form.
This section contains test preparation materials and other student resources.
Elders and People with Disabilities
This section contains sample letters; policy guidance; and other resources for elders and people with disabilities.
This section contains information and forms related to citizenship for children.
This section contains CLINIC’s Toolkit for Naturalization Workshops.
DOJ Recognition and Accreditation
This section contains CLINIC’s Toolkit for DOJ Recognition & Accreditation.
This section contains forms, policies, and trainings related to fee waivers.
This section contains information on leadership development; community dialogues; community organizing; and voter mobilization.