The United States government requires that those who wish to become permanent residents of the United States of America to pass an initial interview at any of the official U.S. Citizenship and Immigration, or USCIS, offices. It is important to properly prepare yourself for your green card interview, otherwise you could experience delay or denial of your citizenship. US Immigration Bonds and Insurance Services is here with a few resources to help you prepare for your green card interview in order to obtain your green card citizenship. Refer to the following list of tips and questions when preparing for your interview.
- Dress formally and conservatively, as if you’re going to a job interview.
- Arrive at least 15 minutes early to your interview.
- Listen closely and carefully to the questions that the USCIS officer is asking you. They’re only given a short amount of time to conduct the green card interview.
- Be prepared to answer questions about the U.S. system of government and history to prove that you have basic knowledge of the subject.
The most commonly asked questions are as follows:
Q: What is the supreme law of the land?
A: The Constitution
Q: What is an amendment?
A: A change/addition to the Constitution
Q: The idea of self-government is in the first three words of the Constitution. What are these words?
A: We the People
Q: What do we call the first ten amendments to the Constitution?
A: The Bill of Rights
Q: How many amendments does the Constitution have?
Q: Who is in charge of the executive branch?
A: The President
Q: How many U.S Senators are there?
Q: We elect a President for how many years?
Q: In what month do we vote for President?
Q: What is the name of our President of the United States currently?
A: Donald Trump
Q: What is the name of the Vice President of the United States currently?
A: Mike Pence
Q: Who was the Father of our Country
A: George Washington
Q: What is the capital of the United States?
A: Washington, D.C.
Q: When do we celebrate Independence Day?
A: July 4
There are hundreds of different questions your USCIS officer can ask you during your green card interview, so make sure you’re up to date with the latest study materials that you can find at the USCIS website. US Immigration Bonds and Insurance Services wish you the best in obtaining your green card citizenship here in the United States.