The Naturalization Interview: This presentation utilizes the Interview DVD which can be viewed in English and with or without Spanish Subtitles. The video is approximately 17minutes long. Following the viewing the presenter explains the following:
- How the setting for the interview at the Boston Field Office differs from what was seen on the video.
- Expect to go through security entering the building
- Where the check in room is located and you do need to check in
- Likelihood of there being a large number of people waiting to be served and they are present for multiple purposes, other types of interviews or to obtain information or assistance at the information counter
- Why there is an English and Civics test and what the tests consist of speaking, reading, and writing English, ten questions from the 100 questions or the 20 questions.
- What are your rights at the interview?
- What documents to bring to the interview and why?
- How to prepare for the interview.
- If you are eligible to have an interpreter to assist you, how to best choose an interpreter, what the interpreter can and cannot do during the interview.
- What happens if I fail part of the educational (English, civics) test?
- What happens if my application is not approved at the interview?
- What are my rights if my application is denied?
- If the officer recommends approval am I an American Citizen?
The speakers are from the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and the presenation will be in Spanish only.