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  • Having Trouble Passing the English Part of the Citizenship Exam?

    Most applicants for naturalization are required to demonstrate a basic knowledge of reading, writing, and speaking English. However, there are some exceptions to this requirement. Read More

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    Northwest Justice Project
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  • How Do I Get a Disability-Based Waiver? Citizenship Application Help

    To become a citizen of the U.S., most applicants must show the USCIS that they speak, understand and write basic English. Applicants also must pass a test in U.S. government and history. If you have a disability that makes you unable to learn or remember new information like English and history, you can apply for a Disability Waiver. If the Waiver is granted, you will not be required to speak English or take the history tests and can still become U.S. citizen. #8129EN Read More

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    Northwest Justice Project

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  • How Do I Get a Disability-Based Waiver? Citizenship Application Help

    To become a citizen of the U.S., most applicants must show the USCIS that they speak, understand and write basic English. Applicants also must pass a test in U.S. government and history. If you have a disability that makes you unable to learn or remember new information like English and history, you can apply for a Disability Waiver. If the Waiver is granted, you will not be required to speak English or take the history tests and can still become U.S. citizen. #8129EN Read More

    By:
    Northwest Justice Project
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