celador said:
HylianYoshi said:
You also need to prepare for a quiz on various elements of US history and government. My entire family, myself included, are immigrants, and I've previously helped my father and brother with their studies in this regard.

How difficult is it to get in overall? Do you certain qualifications or a job lined up?

As far as I know, you must legally and permanently be living in the US for around 5 years before you can apply for a citizenship. I had the privilege of not having to go through the complete process, since the naturalization process was different for me (I was and still am a minor living in the country for most of my previous life). I'm not sure of any other qualifications. You are expected to be interviewed at some point during the process, but I'm sure it mostly if not entirely comes down to being able to pass the civics/English tests and provide proper identification.

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