Get expert assistance and legal guidance on topics including refugee status, family unity, citizenship, domestic violence, deportation, and more from a legal-rights organization dedicated to defending and advancing the rights of immigrants. (Also available in Spanish and other languages.)
Find contact information and open hours on NJP's Coordinated Legal Education Advice and Referral service (CLEAR), a free legal assistance project for low-income Washington residents.
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Use your library card to borrow eBooks in Spanish, Russian and Chinese. Read in your browser on PC, Mac®, tablets or mobile devices. Borrow up to seven (7) titles at a time for 21 days, with one renewal allowed per title.
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- Browse or search for a title you'd like to read. (More about searching.)
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- Log in with your library card number and PIN.
- Choose "Display in Browser." We recommend reading in your browser. The app is not yet fully functioning.
Browse the OneClickdigital catalog of downloadable eAudio and limited selection of eBooks*. Checkout up to seven (7) titles at a time for 21 days.
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- Check the Help - General tab of the Help Menu for guidance on finding titles.
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Search job listings by category or by location or file benefit claims online.
Access a free legal website for low-income Oregonians. Self-help legal topics include protection from abuse, family, consumer, government benefits, housing, senior, disabilities, and farm workers. (Also available in Spanish.)
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Browse the OverDrive catalog for EPUB, PDF and Kindle format eBooks as well as MP3 eAudio. Check out up to seven (7) titles at a time for 21 days.
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Read basic definitions and follow links to more information on many common learning disabilities.
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Learn how to protect your privacy in the digital world. Review ten privacy tips, and read or listen to the privacy guide developed by Washington's Chief Privacy Officer.