Life is not always like in the movies. In real life there are no special effects, no stunt doubles, and unfortunately, there are not always happy endings. While plenty of movies depict immigration, not all of them do so accurately.
With the increase in regulations regarding immigrants, there is a growing difference between a naturalized citizen versus a green card carrier.
The short answer? Maybe. An English portion of the test is required for most, but there are some exemptions to the rule. Your age and green card status may enable you to take the citizenship test in another language.
Immigration laws have become a major topic of debate because of the tense political climate currently in our country.