At the end of the Naturalization process you will have an interview. At that time the interviewer will go over your application with you and test you on your ability to read and write English as well as ask you up to 10 civics questions (you only have to get 6 of these questions correct).
If all goes well you will pass your interview and you will be given an appointment (generally not at the interview itself but via mail) for your swearing in ceremony.
The interview itself should be in an office setting. It should take between 10 to 30 minutes from start to finish. It will likely take you longer to get through security, check in, and be called for your case.
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For more information about the U.S. Citizenship interview please read our article: ” 10 Things USCIS Checks at Your Citizenship Interview”.
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