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UM Libraries Federal Depository Anniversary: Celebrating 135 Years of free access to Federal documents & publications: Becoming a Citizen

This guide gives an overview of the University of Mississippi Libraries Federal documents collection, history, program materials, and a schedule of events in celebration of UM Libraries 135th anniversary as a Federal Depository Library.


Becoming a Citizen

Representatives from U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services (USCIS) will discuss the steps to naturalization and answer questions about the process. UM Library’s Citizenship Corner will be highlighted as a source for local information. The Citizenship Corner will include: citizenship test preparation materials along with information about the naturalization process, information about community resources, English teaching materials, and other relevant materials from the collection. Also in attendance, will be Laurie Hall, Superintendent of Documents from the Government Publishing Office. She will reflect on UM Libraries 135th anniversary as a Federal Depository Library.  

April 25, 2018 at 2pm, Faulkner Room, J.D. Williams Library.

News Article: UM Libraries Celebrates Anniversary as a Federal Documents Repository

Interested in citizenship

U.S. Citizenship Resource Corner

Check out our U.S. Citizenship Resource Corner located on the 1st floor of the J.D. Williams Library (fountain side) to the left of the circulation desk.


(image: Laurie Hall, GPO)                                                           (image: Lynuel Dennis, USCIS)

Resources From the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)