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Customers From Around the World Call Cordova Library 'Home'

By: Marcey Wright

Citizenship Workshops at Cordova Branch Library help customers to feel at home while earning their American citizenship!There’s no place like home. Library customers from around the globe are one step closer to making America their home, thanks to Citizenship Workshops at Cordova Branch Library.

During these interactive sessions, prospective citizens learn about the naturalization process and the responsibilities of U.S. citizenship, along with immigration laws, how to file paperwork, and tips on passing the U.S. citizenship exam. “The best part of Citizenship Workshops is that customers have the opportunity to ask questions,” noted Cordova Library Branch Manager Philip Williams. “Customers get the help they need to become U.S. citizens,” he added.

Cordova branch librarians, in partnership with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (Memphis field office), are preparing for another Citizenship Workshop on Thursday, March 6, 2014, 5 pm – 7 pm at Cordova Library (8457 Trinity Road).

Workshops have been offered throughout the Memphis Public Library System at other branches like Bartlett Library, Randolph Library, Whitehaven Library, and the Benjamin L. Hooks Central Library. Program organizers say all Citizenship Workshops have the same objective. “We help our customers who would like to become U.S. citizens reach their goals. Then, they will enjoy all the benefits of citizenship and have access to wonderful opportunities that come with being an American citizen,” Williams concluded.

For more information about Citizenship Workshops at Cordova Branch Library, call (901) 415-2764. Click here for a complete list of Memphis Public Library events.