In order to pass the U.S. citizenship test and interview, you will need to show an officer of the United States Citizenship & Immigration Service (USCIS; formerly known as the INS) that you can read, write and speak basic English in addition to answering a variety of questions about the United States, its history and its government.
Below are a few of the many things that you must know and understand before your test and interview. This information will help you but it does not cover everything you need to know.
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Application for Naturalization (Form N-400)
Before your interview, it's important to review your application in full. Be prepared to answer questions clearly, honestly and decisively. If you find mistakes on your application before the interview, be sure to let the officer know that you have some changes or that a mistake was made. Never try to cover anything up or lie to an immigration officer. If you feel uncomfortable with answers on your application or have questions regarding your application, please contact an immigration lawyer as soon as possible.
It is very important that you bring with you to your interview your supporting documents. Without these documents, your interview may be delayed:
- Your Green Card (Permanent Resident Card)
- All Identification
- Your Drivers License
- Your Passport
- Your Tax Returns (Copies)
Form I-797, Notice of Action
You will receive the form I-797, Notice of Action from the USCIS. This form clearly states the location, date and time of your interview.
It is very important that you read this notice carefully and note that the location of your interview may not be the central USCIS office. You must go to the address printed on your I-797C notice.
We also suggest that you practice going to the location printed beforehand so there are no surprises on the day of your interview.
Also, arrive early for your interview. You do not want to be late for an appointment with the USCIS as this may delay your interview and your path to U.S. citizenship!
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Again, these are just a few of the important things you'll need to know before going to your interview. Your Pass the US Citizenship Test & Interview DVD can help teach you the rest— guaranteed.
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- What is U.S. citizenship?
- What is the process of becoming a U.S citizen?
- How do I answer questions about United States history and government?
- How should I prepare for the interview?
- What kind of questions can I expect in the interview?
- What do I do if I cannot attend the interview?
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