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Using a Chicago Immigration Lawyer to Prepare For Your Citizenship Tests

Date : 5/15/2013  
Name :  Ronaldshapiro 
State :  IL 
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Category :  Immigration Law 
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Using a Chicago Immigration Lawyer to Prepare For Your Citizenship Tests

One of the biggest moments of your life may be applying for United States citizenship. Since once of the biggest moments of applying for United States citizenship comes during your tests and interviews, naming them atop the list may be more accurate. In that respect, it may be to your benefit to use a Chicago immigration lawyer you ensure you represent yourself as best you can in interviews, and do well on tests. This article seeks to instruct you how to best make use of the services you’re paying for. First, the tests. There are four different types of tests you’ll need to pass to obtain U.S. citizenship, in reading, writing and civics. All of them are relatively self-explanatory. For the civics test, you’ll simply be asked a few questions that will project what type of citizen you’ll be. You’ll have two chances to take the English and civics test per application. Should you for whatever reason fail any section, you’ll have within 60 to 90 days to take it again and hopefully pass. (This, it should be noted, may be why you’re here in the first place.) These, of course, are all things a Chicago immigration lawyer could help with. Now, for the interview. It’s important that you relax during this process. Be yourself. Let that shine. In fact, most of the key factors in this part of the process are going to the right place and being on time and prepared with all of the necessary documents and points of identification. Many of the next questions will be for you to verify everything you’re presenting, and be sworn in and under oath while doing it. You’ll then be asked a few questions about your character, your attachment to the U.S. Constitution and willingness to take an oath of allegiance to the United States. All things a Chicago immigration lawyer can help with.
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