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How can a naturalization applicant prepare for the interview?

| Oct 23, 2020 | Uncategorized

The process of becoming a citizen of the United States can be complicated and lengthy, and many Florida applicants experience setbacks. One of the final steps in this process is the interview, and it’s important to prepare well for it. This process tests an individual’s proficiency in speaking, writing and reading English, as well as other things.

The first step in preparing well is to look over the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services website. There is information on the website that will help an applicant understand the interview step, and there may be free study materials available as well. After reviewing what’s available on the website, it will be helpful to look at the USCIS materials available on YouTube. There is a mock interview and additional information available here.

There are also applications available on phones that allow applicants to study for their tests. There are apps that can provide sample questions on civics and other things that may be on the final test and asked during the final interview. Regular practice with reading, writing and answering questions in English in a way that demonstrates proficiency and confidence is also important.

The naturalization process is not easy, especially without help. An applicant will find it beneficial to work with an experienced Florida immigration attorney in order to have guidance at every step, from the initial paperwork to preparing for the final interview. Having the right legal assistance throughout the process will minimize the chance of setbacks and missteps that can add additional time and stress.

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