Prepare for the US Citizenship interview by completing a series of ten interviews based on the USCIS N-400 Application for Naturalization (released 03/26/16 and expires 03/31/19). The first interview includes five basic questions in Simple English that represents the N-400 sections 1 through 12 matched with five USCIS Civics questions; the subsequent interviews expand on these questions and gradually introduce new vocabulary and grammar patterns. Also included are a ESL/Citizenship resource list, a special chapter entitled "How to Study for Your Citizenship Interview." Updated January 20, 2017 with two new glossaries and civics information.
A Quick Overview of the Naturalization Process
Five Steps; Prepare and submit the N-400; What happens after I submit the N-400? The Naturalization Interview; The Oath of Allegiance Ceremony
How to Study for Your Citizenship Interview
12 Tips about how to study for your Citizenship Interview
Before You Begin: Seven Questions about Exemptions and Accommodations
Keywords: Exemption, Accommodations, Physical Disability
Interview 1 Five N-400 Questions and Five Civics Questions
Keywords: Name, Permanent Resident, Married to a U.S. Citizen, U.S. Constitution.
Interview 2 Ten N-400 Questions and Five Civics Questions
Keywords: Full Name, Date and Country of Birth, Home Address, Work, Travel, Marital Status, Children, Part 12—Additional Information
Interview 3 Fifteen N-400 Questions and Six Civics Questions
Keywords: Immigration Status, Home Address, Work, Travel, Marital Status, Claim, Taxes, Arrested
Interview 4 Twenty N-400 Questions and Six Civics Questions
Keywords: Eligibility, Current and Previous Home Address, Claimed and Vote, Taxes, Crime, Attachment to the Constitution
Interview 5 Twenty-five N-400 Questions and Six Civics Questions
Keywords: Eligibility, Legal Name, Origins, Travel, Claim, Vote, Taxes, Crime, Deported, Attachment to the Constitution
Interview 6 Thirty Questions and Seven Civics Questions
Keywords: Claim, Vote, Taxes, Terrorism, Crime, Deported, Bear Arms, Non-combatant, National Emergency
Interview 7 Thirty-five Questions and Eight Civics Questions
Keywords: Country and Port of Entry, Work, Trips outside of the U.S., Nobility, Legally Incompetent, Terrorism, Habitual Drunkard and Illegal Drugs, Illegal Gambling
Interview 8 Forty Questions and Eight Civics Questions
Keywords: Financial Support, Marital Status, Spouse, and Ex-Spouse, Children, The Constitution and the U.S. Form of Government, Oath of Allegiance, Bear Arms, Non-combatant, Work of National Importance
Interview 9 Forty-five Questions and Nine Civics Questions
Keywords: Hurt or Kill on Purpose, Military Service, Work in a Prison, Gang, Weapons, Military or Weapons Training, Child Soldiers, Selective Service, U.S. Armed Forces
Interview 10 Fifty Questions and Ten Civics Questions
Keywords: Introduction and "Small Talk", Oath to Tell the Truth, Eligibility, Name, Origin, Request for Accommodation or Exemption, Home Address, Job, Travel, Marital Status and Children, Intro to Part 12, Membership, Crime, Attachment to the Constitution
Review of the New USCIS N-400 Application for Naturalization
N-400 section and question topics.
Interview Clarification Questions
Anna must ask many clarification questions in a noisy USCIS office.
The Reading and Writing Tests
50 reading and writing sentences based on the USCIS Reading and Writing Vocabulary lists.
Ten Multiple-Choice Civics Quizzes
Quiz Answer Key
Appendix 1: N-400 Vocabulary Review
An alphabetical glossary of the N-400 vocabulary reviewed in this book.
Appendix 2: N-400 Part 12 Vocabulary Review
Vocabulary from the N-400 Part 12--including vocabulary not included in this book's ten interviews.
Appendix 3: The Oath of Allegiance
The USCIS Oath of Naturalization: Text, Summary, and Vocabulary
Appendix 4: Citizenship Internet Resources
USCIS, ESL, Citizenship, Civics, and History Websites