Top Reasons Applicants are Denied at their Citizenship Interview

In this post, we discuss the top five reasons applicants are denied at their citizenship interview. First let’s go over some basics: In order to become a United States Citizen, you must meet the following general requirements at the time of filing your N-400 Application for Naturalization:   You must be: A lawful permanent resident At least 18 years of age Maintained continuous residence in the United States since becoming a permanent resident Be physically present in the United States Have certain time living within the jurisdiction of a USCIS office Be a person of Good Moral Character Have Knowledge of English and U.S. Civics with some exceptions outlined below Declare loyalty to the U.S. Constitution As part of the citizenship interview, applicants must pass a civics and English test in order to receive United States Citizenship. The Civics test is an oral examination provided in the format of Question and Answer by an immigration officer in which the officer…

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