Free Genealogy Webinars from (USCIS) U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

Vicki’s Note – free genealogy webinars from (USCIS) U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.  Thanks to Ron Zarnick.:

Free Genealogy Webinars from (USCIS) U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

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(USCIS) U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services free genealogy webinars –  Watch Webinars

History and GenealogyDiscover Our LibraryResearch GuidanceFamily History Research

The  USCIS Historical Research Branch offers several webinars for beginner and advanced researchers. They are an easy and free way to learn about the USCIS history, library, and genealogy programs and services from agency historians, librarians and program representatives. We invite you to view our upcoming schedule below.

NEW: On Demand Webinars Live Webinars
History Library Catalog and Services

This 12-minute webinar will introduce you to the USCIS History Library Program and online catalog. You’ll learn about the collection of public historical materials, catalog content and search interface, services for the public and how to get help or more information. For: general public researchers (beginner to advanced).

How Do I Participate ?

Choose the session you wish to attend from the schedule below. Click on the session reminder link and save this to your calendar.  On the day of the webinar, click on the link (included in the calendar reminder) to join the webinar. You can also return to this page, as early as 10 minutes before the session starts, and click the “attend session” link to enter the webinar.

 

January– March 2017 Live Webinars Schedule

These webinars are at 1 p.m. Eastern

Worth Repeating Webinar: Tuesday, Jan 24

Thinking Across Time: Researching USCIS Records

Tuesday, Jan. 24

In this presentation, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) historical records expert Marian L. Smith will showcase late 19th and 20th century U.S. immigration and nationality records. She will also discuss how using a timeline can help predict what immigration and naturalization records may exist for a given immigrant, and how to request records from USCIS.

This webinar will not be recorded, so be sure to join us live.  

For more information and how to submit questions for the next “Your Questions” webinar, click the link below.

“Worth Repeating” Webinar

 

Guide to I&N History: Thursday, Feb. 16

Guide to I&N History

Thursday, Feb. 16

Click the link below for more information 

Guide to I&N History Research

Worth Repeating Webinar: Tuesday, March 21

Topic TBD 

Tuesday, March 21

In this presentation, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) historical records expert Marian L. Smith will showcase late 19th and 20th century U.S. immigration and nationality records. She will also discuss how using a timeline can help predict what immigration and naturalization records may exist for a given immigrant, and how to request records from USCIS.

This webinar will not be recorded, so be sure to join us live.  

For more information and how to submit questions for the next “Your Questions” webinar, click the link below.

“Worth Repeating” Webinar

Guide to I&N History: April

Guide to I&N History

April 2017

Click the link below for more information 

Guide to I&N History Research

This twice-a-month webinar delivered by a USCIS historian covers available historical records, and useful aids and procedures for requesting records at the National Archives and Records Administration or from USCIS through the Freedom of Information Act and the Privacy Act. Some of these webinars will address issues or problems in researching specific historical topics. This webinar is for scholars and other advanced researchers. 

Worth Repeating Webinar

This twice-a-month webinar will revisit some of the most successful presentations delivered to historical and genealogical audiences over the last 20-plus years. This webinar will cover historical immigration and nationality records created by the legacy Immigration and Naturalization Service , and records found today either at the National Archives and Records Administration or USCIS.

Adobe Connect

We are now using Adobe Connect to deliver webinars. If you have never attended an Adobe Connect session before:

For Questions Please Contact
History Library CISHistory.Library@uscis.dhs.gov
Guide to I & N History Research CISHistory.Library@uscis.dhs.gov
Genealogy Program Introduction Genealogy.USCIS@uscis.dhs.gov
Records Found Case Studies CISHistory.Library@uscis.dhs.gov
Last Reviewed/Updated: 01/19/2017

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