Part 6: The USCIS Interview

USCIS stands for the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services. This is the part of the U.S. government that deals with people who would like to become U.S. Citizens. As of 2013, the nearest USCIS office that gives the Naturalization (Citizenship) Exam is located at 301 Roycroft Drive, Durham, NC 27703.

This is the USCIS website on citizenship. It has many resources, including study guides to help you prepare for the exam:   http://www.uscis.gov/citizenship

7 thoughts on “Part 6: The USCIS Interview

  1. the citizenship class at 401 north I appreciate the important information we got and constructive tips to keep in mind when examination

  2. The citizenship class at 401 North would like to thank Lisa W for visiting this morning and talking about the citizenship process to our students!

  3. I like the visit of Guest Speaker,Lisa Wohlrab.I was very concerned and worried.But I feel more confident,because today we learned the procedures and the interview. All my questions about travel days and my application was answers.Thanks for you visit Lisa Wohlrab.

  4. I live in USA from August 1983, in this country have 1 brother and 2 sister live in this wonderfull country, my Daugther born in Miami at November 1990. Now Im work in Burlington Coat Factory. Traid visited my Country 1 time a year, because my Mama live in Peru , she have 87 years old., in Peru have 3 sister and 1 brother to.

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