In a lot of ways, the real fight with the immigration service is in getting your green card. If you’ve gotten your green card and haven’t gotten into any trouble since that time, you shouldn’t have any trouble with your application for naturalization.
In order to complete this application, you’ll have to demonstrate that you are a person of good moral character, you’ll need to provide proof of birth and marriage, and you’ll have to complete the immigration exam. This exam consists of a series of 10 civics and history questions, as well as an English portion. A score of 6 out of 10 is considered a passing grade for the civics/history portion.
For the most part, the immigration exam is not a problem for most of our applicants. They take the test very seriously, as they should. The test information is available in a book, CD, or online format. There is also a practice test which you can take as many times as you’d like in order to prepare.
If you’re concerned about taking your immigration exam and would like help better understanding what to do and how to make sure you present the best case possible, call our office. Our St. Louis immigration attorneys will ensure everything is in order and make the process as smooth as possible.