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Has anyone ever been quizzed again on the civics questions at their Oath Ceremony? I was talking to a friend who naturalized a number of years back and he said the judge called on a few people and asked them some civics and history questions.


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Has anyone ever been quizzed again on the civics questions at their Oath Ceremony? I was talking to a friend who naturalized a number of years back and he said the judge called on a few people and asked them some civics and history questions.

I can't imagine that. As far as I know the oath ceremony is an event to relax and enjoy - not to be quizzed again. :unsure:

At least I haven't read from anyone here having had an experience like that at the ceremony.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Colombia
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Wife said she had to read the oath aloud and sign it at her interview. At the oath ceremony, could have gotten by with just moving her lips if anyone was watching. I did hear her said thank you when she received her certificate.

Would have been nice if she received her certificate at her interview, the oath was standing in line, watching videos, reciting the oath as a crowd sentence by sentence, the handing out the certificates one by one. Just like graduation when you are only interested in your own kid, but nobody screamed or applauded when their loves ones received their certificate. Felt like doing that, but would have caused a disturbance and delayed the process, gee, five years with the USCIS sleeping in bed with us.

Would have been nice if they served coffee and donuts afterwards, or better yet, a wild drunken blast, you just walk out the door, get in the car, and realize you have a bunch of other things to do before it's really all over.

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