7 MISTAKES TO AVOID AT YOUR U.S. CITIZENSHIP INTERVIEW | U.S. CITIZENSHIP TEST



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.

Click on the video to learn more.

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.

To learn the meaning of the words (N-400 vocabulary), click here:

To practice the 100 civics questions for the Civics Test, please click here:

If you want to learn all the official reading sentences and writing sentences for the Reading Test and Writing Test, please click here:

For an example of the citizenship interview, click here:

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23 thoughts on “7 MISTAKES TO AVOID AT YOUR U.S. CITIZENSHIP INTERVIEW | U.S. CITIZENSHIP TEST”

  1. I have a question, ive applied for citizenship once be4 but i didnt pass and now i want to aply again. But i just want to know do they still keep our previous applications ? Can any boday answer me?
    And also when i applied i forgot to make a copy of my applications and i forgot what dates, months, years i put about my previous addresses. So now idk what im gonna do about that☹. Would that be a problem for my case if i put the dates, months, years different? And if i want a copy of my previous applications what can i do? Please answer …..

  2. Hi dear hw are you … ? I’m from NY
    It’s my 1st time watching your videos here thank you for you’re video very interesting
    … I do hv question about original documents….? I m waiting on my interview appointment…
    My question is I was married Nw divorce in process separated present time
    Now I hv a photo copy of my marriage certificate … do I need to get they original for they interview…???

  3. Even Arnold Schwarzenegger still has an accent and he was governor of California. So an accent doesn’t impede you to do great things and being a great American

  4. Everyone has unique accent, and as you move and share with other people your accent changes. So when you learn a new language, you own accent changes because you tonge learn new way of twist.

  5. Really helped me out, especially the tip about the flash cards for the American History portion of the interview.

  6. Where I live we can not arrive at our appointment 30 mins prior to our schedule time And I didn't really studied either Iol I knew most answered to the questions. Since I graduated high school and college here in the U.S. THE TEST WAS TOO EASY FOR ME LOL. Even a 3rd grade can pass.

  7. For me. To make someone make me insecure it's not my accent, it's when someone calles me immigrant or tell me to speak Spanish when for me it was hard to learn my Spanish more then my English, because in school I tried my hardest to learn as much as I should. Later will be know as one. I hope.

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