A few USCIS Field Offices are offering their Virtual Citizenship Interview pilot programs. Due to the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, there are several USCIS Field Offices that offer the Virtual Citizenship Interview to applicants. The N-400 virtual interview may differ from different USCIS Field Offices in the United States. We would like applicants to learn or know in advance how a virtual interview is conducted through this educational video. However, every naturalization interview is different and unique … so this may not be exactly how a USCIS officer may conduct a virtual naturalization interview, if ever you may have one for your U.S. citizenship.
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This educational video will guide you step-by-step in passing for the naturalization interview and test for your American or U.S. citizenship.
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This is based on a real situation of what an applicant may experience during an interview with a USCIS or immigration officer. This will give you an insight on what to expect from a naturalization interview, however, every interview is unique and your upcoming interview might not be the same from this example.
Ask for the USCIS officer’s name and badge number whom will interview you. Write down the name so that it is easy for you to follow up in case you have any complaints or disagreement after the interview.
Speak clearly during your interview (not too fast). The USCIS officer needs to hear and understand you. Simply speak confidently at a normal rate and tone.
Always try to make an eye contact since this will show to the officer conducting your interview that you are confident and truthful.
Answer each question in a direct, short and truthful manner. Remember to answer only the questions being asked and never interrupt the officer. Allow him or her to finish every question. If ever you need more time to think, simply inform the officer.
The officer that will be assigned to your naturalization interview must be courteous and professional. He or she must repeat or rephrase the questions if you request him or her to do so until such time that you will understand the question. If ever the USCIS officer is not very accommodating and nice, don’t be discouraged, you can still pass your U.S. citizenship and naturalization interview as long as you are well prepared for it.
If you think that the officer assigned to you is very rude or has wrongly denied your application, you have the right as an applicant to complain to a supervisor. Please note that this will not affect your U.S. citizenship naturalization application.
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This channel is dedicated in helping immigrants prepare and pass the Naturalization Interview and Tests for U.S. Citizenship. Educational help videos will be posted from this channel like how to prepare for the Naturalization Interview, form N-400, Civics Test, Speaking, Writing, Reading Exams and more.
This educational video is for informational purposes only. The use of information contained in this video does not constitute any legal advice. Any reliance on the information contained herein is solely at the viewer’s own risk. We make the best effort to include up-to-date and accurate information in all our published videos. However, with the constant change of immigration laws, fees, regulations, forms, procedures and policies, then the information contained herein may no longer be correct. Kindly consult any authorized immigration law expert before you make any decisions or take any actions that might affect your U.S. immigration status.