The New York Public Library helps non-English speaking and other immigrants understand and interact with the culture, government, and educational system of the United States.
ESOL (English Speakers of Other Languages) classes are for people who want to learn and improve their English. The classes focus on speaking and listening skills. Classes are available in the Bronx, Manhattan, and Staten Island.Read More ›
The New York Public Library offers its Money Matters program in Spanish and Chinese. Money Matters is a free, basic financial information program available at select NYPL locations. Read More ›
Prepare for citizenship with library materials, online quizzes, and more.Read More ›
The Diversity Immigrant Visa Program is an annual lottery for people from countries with historically low rates of immigration to the United States. Read More ›
Immigrant Heritage Week is a city-wide celebration that honors the experiences and contributions of immigrants in New York City.Read More ›
Learn more about how The New York Public Library serves the immigrant community.Read More ›
New Americans Corners (NAC), a new program with a mission to service immigrants, seeks to create a dedicated space to provide circulating materials and informational resources on citizenship and other immigration-related topics.Read More ›