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Hi we have applied for our mom she doesnt speak english writes or read english 

She just got her interview next month do she have to give interview ? What they gonna ask her ? I mean do she have to study all 100 questions or just the questions with the star . ? 

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11 hours ago, Muhammad6777 said:

I see a interview  of old lady   even difficult walking..her grandchild bring her embassy..counslor communicate her in urdu...it was approved 

I think you are confusing a N400 interview with a visa interview. 1 of the conditions of naturalization is basic knowledge of English... which is not needed to get a visa though....

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15 hours ago, Muhammad6777 said:

I see a interview  of old lady   even difficult walking..her grandchild bring her embassy..counslor communicate her in urdu...it was approved 

U r talking about visa here not us citizenship 

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3 hours ago, love_my_wife said:

I think you are confusing a N400 interview with a visa interview. 1 of the conditions of naturalization is basic knowledge of English... which is not needed to get a visa though....

Yup u right . Do u have any idea about it ?? 

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50 minutes ago, Zubaria12 said:

Yup u right . Do u have any idea about it ?? 

Yes, she has to give an interview...

 

https://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/age-related-exceptions-the-us-citizenship-naturalization-exam-requirements.html

 

A person who fits this category will have to study only 20 questions rather than the 100 that most applicants face. The applicant will be asked ten of the questions and will need to answer six correctly in order to pass.

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Does your mom speak or write any English? The interview is in English, but it is pretty basic. Part of the interview is to assess her knowledge of English. The interview will consist of basic questions confirming what is already in her file. The actual English "test" was very basic for Joan.  I think she had to read something like "Do Americans pay taxes?" and answer "Yes, Americans pay taxes.

 

I found this video to be extremely helpful when Joan was going through the process. I hope it helps you prepare your mom. Good luck!

 


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Any particular reason she wants to be a USC?

 

There are some passes depending how old she is and how long she has has a GC.


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10 hours ago, Boiler said:

Any particular reason she wants to be a USC?

 

There are some passes depending how old she is and how long she has has a GC.

She is gc holder since 10 years nd now her gc expired . Shes above 50 years . 

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11 hours ago, Stevephoto said:

Does your mom speak or write any English? The interview is in English, but it is pretty basic. Part of the interview is to assess her knowledge of English. The interview will consist of basic questions confirming what is already in her file. The actual English "test" was very basic for Joan.  I think she had to read something like "Do Americans pay taxes?" and answer "Yes, Americans pay taxes.

 

I found this video to be extremely helpful when Joan was going through the process. I hope it helps you prepare your mom. Good luck!

 

No she dont . 

17 hours ago, love_my_wife said:

Yes, she has to give an interview...

 

https://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/age-related-exceptions-the-us-citizenship-naturalization-exam-requirements.html

 

A person who fits this category will have to study only 20 questions rather than the 100 that most applicants face. The applicant will be asked ten of the questions and will need to answer six correctly in order to pass.

Thanks alot 

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there is the 50/20 rule. I think also a55/15 which probably will be the next one.


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