Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Naturalization Test

To become an American citizen do I have to take any kind of test? The answer is Yes. To become a citizen you must take a naturalization test and pass it.

You will be required to have an interview  and  you will be asked about your application and background. You will also be given a civics and English test unless you qualify for exemption or waiver.
What if I don't pass the test?
If you do not pass the test, you will have another opportunity to take it. If you fail any of the test at your first interview you will be given a retest on the portion of the test that you failed.  You will have between 60 and 90 days from your first interview to retake the test.
If you go to the US Citizenship and Immigration Services website, they have study materials available for you and also practice test which you can take. On the actual test you will be asked 10 questions from a list of 100 and you must answer 6 out of 10 correctly to pass the civics portion.

To determine on how well your speaking English level is, you must read one of three sentences correctly to demonstrate your ability to read English. You must also write one out of three sentences correctly to demonstrate an ability to write English . If you study the material available for you on the website, you should have no trouble passing.  Good luck!

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