I had my interview this morning. It was scheduled for 7.55am this morning. We arrived early and sat in the car a little bit then went it and got checked in at 7.34am. Numbers were being called that were assigned after mine and each interviewer that came out I somehow thought they would call my name or number. About 8.05am, a gentleman came and called my number. My husband, daughter and I got up and walked towards him. He respectfully told my husband that he would not be allowed in the room. Lol. Upon entering the room, he told me to put my bag and folder on a chair and put me under oath. He then asked for my appt letter, gc and passport. We chatted a little then he asked me the following questions:
What is the name of the VP?
What is the capital of the United States?
What age should men register for selective service?
What is the name of the national anthem?
Who is my us representative?
What is one reason Colonist came to America?
He asked me to read Who lives in the White House and asked me to write the President lives in the White House. We then went through the form. He asked me the 50 yes/no questions had me sign the tablet twice. He then asked if I would be available for the oath on Sunday Dec 29. I said "yes, of course" then we chatted some more. He made me very comfortable during my interview. We spoke about children, culture and anything else that came up. He did not request any additional details from me even though I brought a huge folder bursting at the seams with evidence. He clearly went through my file based on certain things he mentioned regarding taxes and properties owned together. I was in his office for about 45/50 mins. The officer was great and seems to really enjoy his job. I enjoyed the interview.😊