Littleton Immigrant Resources Center (LIRC)

The Littleton Immigrant Resources Center (LIRC) at Bemis Library is an award-winning program that helps immigrants connect to community services, learn English, and apply for U.S. citizenship.
 
Citizenship Program
The citizenship program helps immigrants interested in obtaining U.S. citizenship with all aspects of the citizenship process.  We offer small group classes and one-on-one tutoring to help you learn about U.S. civics and history and also help you improve your written and spoken English for the exam. We have Department of Justice (D.O.J, former B.I.A.) accredited staff who are qualified to help you fill out your application and also represent you at your naturalization interview. More information…
 
ESL Classes
The LIRC offers adult English classes on weekday mornings.  We offer two levels: beginner and intermediate. More information….
 
Language Partners Program
The language partners program matches immigrants who wish to improve their English language skills with trained volunteer mentors for one-on-one language tutoring. More information….
 
Volunteering
The LIRC has many opportunities for volunteering.  We heavily rely on committed volunteers for citizenship mentoring, English tutoring, and office work. More information…
 
For citizenship services, please contact Glaucia at grabello@littletongov.org or 303-795-8410.  For ESL and volunteering, please contact Erica at ebisbey@littletongov.org or 303-734-8411.