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U.S. Citizenship Test Tips

U.S. Citizenship Test – What is it all about?

You must pass the U.S. Citizenship test in order to become a U.S. citizen. There is no way around it. On October 1, 2008, the UCIS (U.S. Citizenship and Immi [...]

U.S. Citizenship Test– How to prepare for it?

The U.S. citizenship test consists of two components. The first part is an English Test followed by a Civics Test. The English Test consists of three parts. A s [...]

U.S. Citizenship Test – What happens if you fail it?

To get your U.S. citizenship, you must pass a U.S. Citizenship Test. So what happens if you do not pass your test the first time? If you fail your test the f [...]

U.S. Citizenship Interview – What happens after you pass it?

After you pass your U.S. citizenship interview (also called U.S.citizenship test), USCIS (U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services) will schedule you to take t [...]

U.S. Citizenship Application – Understand the process

Before you start a U.S. citizenship application, make sure you meet the following criteria: ● you must be at least 18 years old ● you must have been [...]

U.S. Citizenship – Rights and benefits

U.S. citizenship offers many great advantages and benefits. Here are the main ones. U.S. passport As a new naturalized U.S. citizen, you may apply for a U [...]

U.S. Citizenship Test – Your appointment for the interview

USCIS will send you an appointment notice by mail telling you when and where you must show up for your U.S. citizenship test. You will likely receive the notice [...]

U.S. Citizenship Test – Arrive early

Prior to your appointment for your U.S. naturalization test, locate the USCIS office so that you know exactly how to get there. Assess how much time you will ne [...]

U.S. Citizenship Test – Review your application before the interview and bring the correct documents

During your U.S. citizenship test: in order to determine your ability to speak and understand English and to verify the information provided in your N400, the U [...]

U.S. Citizenship Test – Don’t dress casually and don’t bring children

During your U.S. citizenship test, you want to show respect for the USCIS officer so you should dress as if going to a job interview. The USCIS does not have an [...]

U.S. Citizenship Test – People you can bring with you

The U.S. citizenship test is in the form of an interview with a USCIS (U.S. Citizenship and Immigration) officer. For this citizenship interview, there are a fe [...]

US Citizenship Test – USCIS videos

Source: USCIS The following video highlights scenes from the U.S. citizenship test, including the English and U.S. history and government (civics) portions of [...]

U.S. Citizenship Test – What you should expect upon arriving at the USCIS building

At your U.S. citizenship test, you will have to go through a security checkpoint. At that checkpoint you will be asked to present your appointment notice and so [...]

U.S. Citizenship Test – Do not lie

You will be under Oath during the U.S. citizenship test interview so it is very important that you tell the truth. If you lie during your interview, you will be [...]

U.S. Citizenship Test – basic interview tips

Write it down. This will make it easier to follow up if you have any complaints or problems after the interview. You should speak clearly. Not too fast and [...]

U.S. Citizenship Test – How to handle the questions

During your U.S. citizenship test, you have the right to ask the officer to repeat or rephrase a question until you fully understand the question, unless you si [...]

U.S. Citizenship Test – Beginning of the interview

The U.S. citizenship test interview starts when the interview officer calls your name and invites you to follow him/her in his/her office. Usually, the officer [...]

U.S. Citizenship Test – Review of your N-400 application

During your U.S. citizenship test, the officer will start going over your N-400 form and the documents you submitted and ask you questions about it. This is don [...]

U.S. Citizenship Test – How the officer tests your ability to read in English

During your U.S. citizenship test interview, the USCIS officer will determine your ability to read English by asking you to read up to three sentences in Englis [...]

U.S. Citizenship Test – How the officer tests your ability to write in English

During your U.S. citizenship test interview, the USCIS officer will determine your ability to write in English by asking you to write up to three sentences in E [...]

U.S. Citizenship Test – How the officer tests your knowledge of U.S. Civics

During your U.S. citizenship test interview, the USCIS officer will ask you to orally answer up to 10 of the 100 civics questions to test your knowledge of U.S. [...]

U.S. Citizenship Test – Finishing the interview

At the end of your U.S. citizenship test interview you will be asked to sign your application and your photos. The officer will give you form N-652 that will [...]

Disclaimer: these articles are for general guidance only and are not legal advices. Always check with the USCIS (U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services) for the latest information.