What is the first step in the naturalization process?

In order to be naturalized, an applicant must first meet certain criteria to apply for citizenship. Then, the applicant must complete an application, attend an interview, and pass an English and a civics test. Upon successful completion of these steps, the applicant takes an oath of allegiance, and becomes a citizen.

How many questions can you get wrong on Citizenship Test?

The civics test is an oral test and the USCIS Officer will ask the applicant up to 10 of the 100 civics questions. An applicant must answer 6 out of 10 questions correctly to pass the civics portion of the naturalization test. On the naturalization test, some answers may change because of elections or appointments.

What does it mean to waive an application?

Waive means to give up or ignore something. A fee waiver means you don’t have to pay the application fee, usually due to being low income. In college applications, you are also asked to waive your rights to see recommendations, which means you give up the right to see what your GC or teachers wrote about you.

Do you have to speak English to pass the citizenship test?

The purpose of this test is not to prove that you are perfectly fluent in English. You don’t need to have perfect English. However, you must have a decent-enough knowledge to function as a citizen. The English test for U.S. citizenship may be retaken a second time in the event that you do not pass it the first time.

How do I get my free SAT waiver?

How to Get a Fee Waiver. If you think you’re eligible, your school counselor or a representative of an authorized community-based organization will help you get a fee waiver. If you’re home-schooled, you can get fee waivers by contacting a local high school counselor.

What is a passing score for the citizenship test?

6 out of 10 questions

What are the most common questions for the citizenship test?

Some common citizenship interview questions include: Information about your parents and their citizenship. Information about your birth and your current age. Information on where you are living and with whom. Information on where you are working and what you are doing to earn a living.

How do I waive my citizenship test?

To claim a waiver to the tests, file Form N-648 along with your completed citizenship form, N-400. You will be eligible only if the medical condition(s) is long-term (lasting 12 months or longer) and the condition affects you so badly that you will not be able to take the English or civics tests.

How do you get a green card fee waiver?

To request a fee waiver when applying for green card renewals, you’re required to file an additional form. This is Form I-912, Request for Fee Waiver. This is used to claim a fee waiver for every eligible application offered by the USCIS, like I-129, I-191, I-290B, I-485, and I-539.

How do I waive my English citizenship test?

You are exempt from the English language requirement, but are still required to take the civics test if you are: Age 50 or older at the time of filing for naturalization and have lived as a permanent resident (Green Card holder) in the United States for 20 years (commonly referred to as the “50/20” exception).

Do you have to pass an English test to become a US citizen?

As part of the naturalization process, applicants for U.S. citizenship must pass a two-part naturalization test. The first component is an English test that assesses the applicant’s ability to read, write, and speak in the language.

Can I bring an interpreter naturalization interview?

You can bring an interpreter if you are exempt from the English requirements (which means you are allowed to use your native language at the interview). Your interpreter can be a member of your family or a friend, but you have to let USCIS know in advance who you are bringing.

Is the citizenship test written or oral?

All questions on the test are asked orally. Both the 2008 version and 2020 version will be administered at the same time for a certain period of time. You will take one version or the other, depending on when you filed your Application for Naturalization/ N400 form.