The proximity of the interview to obtain citizenship for the United States inevitably generates a lot of stress and uncertainty.
But good preparation can be the best antidote to avoid nerves, face that moment with much more confidence and do not make any mistakes that lead to the disapproval of the order.
To do this, the Jackson White immigration law firm’s website shares the topics that will be featured and questions that can be prepared in advance.
These are the main elements that will need to be resolved.
– First name
– Birth place
– Hair colour
– Place where you went to school
– The highest level of education
– Place of residence of the parents
– Whether the parents are or were US citizens
– Marital status
– Date of marriage
– Citizenship of the spouse
– Children’s data
– Type of work
– Seniority in that job or job
– What were the jobs in the last 5 years?
– Annual personal and family income.
– If you intend to apply for financial aid from the US government
– If you owe federal or state taxes
What is the immigration exam like?
The second part of the interview includes a theoretical test of knowledge of the English language and civic education.
The language test covers a reading, writing, and speaking of US history and civics texts.
Then, in the civics test, the person will have to answer ten questions on this topic.
At the start of the procedure, the interested party will have accessSW to the content files with the agenda that will be required of you and that you can study in advance.
Waiting for the interview
The Jackson White study site explains it The convocation for this appointment will take place between six and ten months after the sending of the application for citizenship.
For this meeting it is recommended that you have the following documents.
– Original and photocopy of the Green Card or permanent residence card.
– Driver’s license or state-issued ID.
– Valid and expired passports or travel documents.
– Copy of tax returns for the last five years (or three years if you are married to a US citizen).
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