The interview only takes a few minutes, but you may have to deal with the hassle of traveling to a different city (depending on where you live and the nearest USCIS office).You should receive an invitation for the oath-taking ceremony within a month of the interview (the invitation will include a short questionnaire).The ceremony itself will probably be about an hour, but it may not start until 2-3 hours after the time posted on the invitation letter (once again, this may vary greatly).*The ceremony is an official court proceeding. Passport at the ceremony itself if agents are available.You’ll be asked to dress and act in a way that honors the dignity of the event. If not she can just follow the passport application instructions from the Department of State for other locations.The typical Filipina will have no trouble with this interview as long as she’s studied.
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There are materials available on the USCIS website, and there are apps available for both Mac/Apple and Android.
The actual citizenship interview is usually scheduled within about 6 months of the application.
You are (hopefully) just months away from being finished with this process for good–no more USCIS red tape! Go to the government page, read the instructions, and download the form.
Fill it out and send it in along with the fee and anything else that is required.