This video lists the 7 biggest mistakes immigrants make at their US citizenship interview. You also will learn how to avoid these mistakes and get more confident for both your U.S. Citizenship test and the U.S. citizenship interview.
More applicants make these mistakes sometimes because of lack of information. Most people believe that the U.S. naturalization interview is only about the citizenship test. Of course the citizenship test is an important part of the process but there is more to the interview than that.
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The Citizenship Interview is not only about the Citizenship Test. The main purpose of the interview is to make sure that the applicant is qualified to become a U.S. Citizen. This means that USCIS wants proof that you have not broken certain laws when you were a resident of the United States. One way to make sure that you have good moral character is to provide certain documents on the day of your interview.
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