The process to obtain United States citizenship will include a test, which is administered during the naturalization interview. Usually, the English civics, reading, and writing tests will be administered after the interview portion of the meeting. There will be 10 questions in the civics and history section, which will be asked and answered orally. To obtain U.S. citizenship, you’ll need to answer at least six of these questions correctly.
For more information about the citizenship test, consult your immigration lawyer and watch this video. During this video, you’ll hear some sample questions that you may be asked and you’ll learn what to expect during the rest of the interview process. Your immigration lawyer may advise you to begin studying well in advance for your citizenship test.