Congratulations on your decision to apply for U.S. citizenship! We know this is an exciting, yet intimidating, time for immigrants who have chosen this path, and we want to help you! Did you know that the Immigration Law Offices of Gail Seeram can help you pass your U.S. citizenship test and support your transition to citizenship? We can!
We help immigrants in different kinds of situations every day, but one of the most rewarding things we do is help individuals become U.S. citizens! Seeing the looks of pride and excitement on our clients’ faces is incredibly fulfilling.
What To Expect From The U.S. Citizenship Test
The U.S. citizenship or naturalization test is relatively straightforward. You will be asked to:
- Read a sentence in English that contains certain words.
- Write a sentence in English using certain words.
- Answer 10 U.S. History questions that have been taken from a list of 100 questions.
You will need to get 6 of the 10 questions correct in order to pass the history exam.
If you fail, you are allowed to retake the English portion and/or history exam once within 90 days of your first attempt.
Get Started Right Now
Click on this video, “Preparing for the Naturalization Test,” to view the English test and list of 100 history questions that you’ll need to study to prepare for the test. Be sure to Subscribe, Share, Download, or Save this video and pass it on to friends and family who are planning to take the naturalization test so they can prepare too!
For additional help preparing for the citizenship test or assistance with other immigration issues, contact the Immigration Law Offices of Gail Seeram. We can help you prepare for the citizenship test, attend your in-person interview with you, review your application and paperwork for accuracy, and more. We offer free consultations so you can get to know us and learn more about our services in a no-pressure environment.
Contact the Immigration Law Offices of Gail Seeram for help at Gail@GailLaw.com, start a chat session at https://myorlandoimmigrationlawyer.com, or call/whatsapp/text 407-292-7730 to schedule your free consultation and get started on the path to U.S. citizenship!