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New Americans Center at Central Library

  • New Americans Center at Central Library

    630 W. Fifth Street
    International Languages Department—Level 1
    Los Angeles, CA 90071
    Phone: 213-228-7390
    Hours: Schedule an appointment online at lapl.org/newamericans
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Admin: (213) 228-7000 Central Library main line

Information

L.A. County Service Provider Area: 4

The New Americans Center located at Central Library offers free on-site immigration and naturalization services during select hours. At the New Americans Center you will be able to get assistance or have questions answered about: citizenship interview tutoring session, N-400 completion, fee waiver assistance, green card renewals, and adjustment of status.

To receive assistance in these services, it is highly advised to schedule an appointment online.

All information is confidential and services in the library are all free. Questions? Call 213-228-7390. Leave a message; you will receive a call back.

Population Served: Immigrants
Resource Categories: Services
General Resources: Citizenship Assistance

 

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