Interactive program with translation to Spanish of questions and answers, pronunciation of the answers, audio and images, study more efficienty: reading and listening! No installation needed, just put the CD in the computer and start studying. See a demonstrationTo buy with
Study the possible questions in English about your information in the N-400 form, like dates of travels outside the country, marriages, family members, etc. The CD contains the questions in English with explanations in Spanish to make sure you understand the questions in the U.S. naturalization interview. Listen to an audio sample:
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For those who can take the interview in Spanish: (See here who can take the interview in Spanish) If you just want to listen to the Citizenship questions and answers in Spanish to memorize them, this is the only Audio CD you need to prepare yourself.
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In the citizenship interview, you will be asked up to 10 of the 100 questions on history and U.S. system of government questions, and you should be able to correctly answer at least 6 questions. Our program is designed to allow you to understand the questions and memorize the answers, and to be capable to pronounce them correctly.
See an example: You have the question written in English with the recording (Play), the meaning, the text and audio of the answer as you should respond. Some answers contain images (click on the camera icon). We also include the phonetic pronunciation of each answer.
See a page of questions here.
To be eligible to obtain the American citizenship, you must demonstrate a basic knowledge of US history and system of government, including some information about the geography of the United States, and important dates. During the interview, the immigration official will test your ability to understand and speak English, asking you a maximum of 10 questions. See a video on how the interview is conducted.
You must be capable of correctly answering at least 6 Citizenship questions to pass the exam. You will be asked to read up to 3 simple sentences in English, and take a dictation of up to 3 sentences (see the written sentences for the naturalization interview). From the moment you arrive, the immigration officer will be evaluating your ability to understand and speak basic English. Practice dictation in English here.
There are several basic requirements to be eligible for the American citizenship. The USCIS provides a form M-477 as a check list to determine if you have everything you need for Naturalization. This is not to turn in to Immigration, but to for you to find out if you are eligible for citizenship, starting on being 18 or older and having the required minimum time of residence in the U.S. You can use this form as a guide if you are not sure you are eligible and ready to begin the process.
Once you have determined your eligibility, download the form N-400 Aplication for Naturalization directly from the official USCIS website. In the interview, you may be asked to read parts of your application form N-400, or they can ask you questions about the information you entered in the form: dates of arrivals or departures from the country, family members, dates of marriages or divorces, previous names, etc. To better prepare for this part of the interview, use our Audio CD Personal Questions of the Form N-400.