There are many steps in the process to obtain U.S. citizenship in Phoenix. Your immigration lawyer can help you learn what to expect from this process. One of the steps to obtain U.S. citizenship is the naturalization test, which will be administered during your naturalization interview. Your interviewer will ask you a series of questions about your application, your country of origin, and other aspects of your background. It's important to answer these questions truthfully. You can ask the interviewer to repeat a question if you did not hear it properly; however, you cannot ask for an explanation of a question because you are expected to have a good command of the English language.
During the naturalization test, you'll have to answer questions about a variety of topics. Your immigration lawyer is likely to advise you to study for this test to improve your chances of passing. Some examples of the questions on the civics portion of the test include, "What is the supreme law of the land?" and "What is an amendment?" During the English language test, you'll be asked to read and write sentences correctly.