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What to Bring to Your Naturalization Interview


Applying for naturalization is a lengthy process, and one of the most vital aspects of this journey is your naturalization interview. There are a number of questions, tests, and queries you must fulfill to the satisfaction of your USCIS representative in order to move forward in the course of immigration. While answering these questions may seem like a daunting task, it doesn’t have to be if you are well-prepared.  

The following are essential documents to bring with you to your naturalization interview:

  • Green card, also known as a Form1-551, Permanent Resident card
  • Photocopy of the front and back of your green card
  • Copies of your tax returns for the past 5 years, or 3 years if you are married to a U.S. citizen
  • Driver’s license, or state-issued I.D. card
  • Current and expired passports or travel documents

You may also need to bring any of the following with you, if they pertain to the specifics of your case:

  • Copy of your marriage certificate, divorce, or annulment certificate
  • Proof of your spouse’s U.S. citizenship
  • Copy of the court decree legally changing your name
  • Copy of court orders regarding spousal or child support
  • Correspondences with the IRS
  • Completed Form G-28
  • Copy of death certificate of former spouse

Contact Our Phoenix Immigration Attorneys Today

The Phoenix immigration attorneys of Kanu & Associates, P.C. have a wealth of experience and education to help you through the naturalization process. No matter the complexities of your particular situation, we have the time, energy, and resources to walk you through this difficult time with ease. There is no need to be concerned when you have us on your side--we will do everything in our power to deliver you the successful results you deserve.

Call (602) 353-7795 today to learn more about how our legal team can help you.