By Kurt Wagner, Debbie Schell, Richard Schell
Passing the U.S. citizenship exam isn't any effortless job. despite the fact that, the particular try out is only one point of the total means of changing into a U.S. citizen. figuring out the entire technique, from begin to end, is the genuine key of accomplishing your dream. turn into a U.S. Citizen might help flip that dream right into a reality.Focusing at the many paths to citizenship, it publications you thru the whole approach and is helping lower the time it takes to develop into a citizen. this crucial source provides every thing you must effectively comprehend all of the steps towards reaching citizenship.- the necessary types with directions for finishing them effectively- The back-up documentation required to help your program- The exam for citizenship with tips for scoring larger- The English language requirement--what you really want to understand- The interview--how to claim what you need to say, and never what you do not- Plus, universal difficulties and the way to prevent them
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Although answering “yes” does not automatically mean your application will be denied, if you answer “yes” to any of these questions, you will have to have a powerful and credible explanation to overcome a denial of citizenship. The prohibition against working with the Communist Party, terrorist organizations, and/or the former Nazi government are set forth specifically in the Immigration and Nationality Act, and unlike other prohibitions such as good moral character, much less interpretation by the USCIS is involved.
Qxd 6/1/07 9:42 AM Page 49 Chapter 4: WHAT HAPPENS ONCE MY APPLICATION HAS BEEN FILED? Now that you have submitted a completed application for naturalization, there are still several steps that you must take. This process is truly a situation in which you have to be your own best advocate. That is to say, you must ensure that you are keeping track of your application as it winds its way through the USCIS. This chapter explains what you should expect once the application package has been filed. Although the timelines may vary among different applicants and areas of the United States where the application may have been filed, the process is relatively the same everywhere.
MAKE A COPY of the application and all documents that you send to the USCIS; and, 3. KEEP this copy in a safe place so you can review the application before your interview. The photograph requirements are: • two standard, color passport photographs; • printed on thin paper, unmounted; • showing your full face from the front without any head covering (unless your religion requires you to wear a head covering); • enough white space in the margin to allow you to sign the photograph if your application is approved; and, • your A-number written lightly in pencil on the back.
Become a U.S. Citizen by Kurt Wagner, Debbie Schell, Richard Schell