Oak Bluffs Public Library is dedicated to partnering with other community agencies to offer support and resources to our immigrant community. This page lists partner organizations, resources found in the library’s Citizenship Corner, and information about other services we offer. A Biblioteca Pública de Oak Bluffs dedica-se a parcerias com outras agências comunitárias para oferecer apoio e recursos à nossa comunidade de imigrantes. Esta página lista organizações parceiras, recursos encontrados no Espaço da Cidadania da biblioteca e informações sobre outros serviços que oferecemos.
|United States Citizenship and Immigration Services|
United States Citizenship and Immigration Services
|How to apply for a Green Card (Permanent Residency)|
|How to apply for US Citizenship|
|Naturalization Application N-400 (Citizenship application)|
| As a recipient of a Library Science Technology Act (LSTA) grant, awarded by Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners (MBLC),
the Oak Bluffs Library has been improving our citizenship and English Language Learning services over the last two years.
This grant program is supported by federal funding from the
Learn English on the go with Mango Languages: free with your Oak Bluffs Library Card! Click here for instructions on downloading the APP and signing up. Many ESL lessons available, as well as over 70 foreign languages. Aprenda inglês em qualquer lugar com a Mango Languages: grátis com o seu cartão da Bibliotteca de Oak Bluffs! Clique aqui para obter instruções sobre
MIRA – Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Coalition – Headquartered in Boston, MIRA is committed to running Citizenship Clinics, offering free or low cost legal advice, and partnering with other agencies to offer support and information to immigrants and refugees. MIRA-Coalizão de Imigrantes e Refugiados de Massachusetts – Com sede em Boston, a MIRA está comprometida em administrar Clínicas de Cidadania, oferecendo consultoria jurídica gratuita ou de baixo custo e em parceria com outras agências para oferecer suporte e informações a imigrantes e refugiados.
Know your rights: Attorney General of Massachusetts wants to share this information during the Covid-19 crisis. For community organizations working with immigrant populations, see Massachusetts’ guidance on working with immigrant families.