Huong Nguyen’s Third US Citizenship Interview

Huong Nguyen’s Third US Citizenship Interview


Please raise your right hand. Do you promise to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth? Yes I do. Put down your hand. What did you promise? I promise to tell the truth. Please sit down. Thank you Why are you here today? I’m here today for my citizenship interview. Why do you want to become an American citizen? I want to live with my family. I want freedom. Good. Please show me your Green Card, your driver’s license or a photo ID. Thank you. Explain how you are eligible to become a US citizen. I have been legal permanent resident for five years. Five years? Good. What is your current legal name? My current legal name is Huong Thi Thu Nguyen. Is your current legal name the same as the name on your Green Card? Yes, they are the same. What is your date of birth? My date of birth is February 3, 1966. What is your country of birth? Vietnam What is your country of nationality? Vietnam What is your date of permanent residence? October 20, 2013. What was your port of entry? San Francisco Good. Do you live in San Jose or Milpitas? Yes, I live in Milpitas. Do you have another address? Do you have a previous home address? I live (at) only one address. How do you support yourself financially? Yes, I work. You work? Where do you work? I work in Home Support. I take care of my son. You take care of your son? Oh yes, your son has a problem with his back? Yes. Have you taken any trips outside of the United States in the past 5 years? No I haven’t How many total days were you outside of the United States? No. Tell me about your last trip–Oh! No trips–I’m sorry! No trips. What is your marital status? Yes I’m married. Is your husband a US citizen? No he isn’t. When and where (did your husband become a citizen?) (WRONG QUESTION) Excuse me. My mistake. Do you have any children? Yes, I have two children. Tell me about your first child (who) you have. My daughter is Phuong Ngo. My son is Phuc Ngo. How old is your daughter? She is 25. How old is your son? My son is 17. 17 years? Are they born in Vietnam or in the United States? Yes, they were born in the Vietnam. Have you ever claimed to be a US citizen? No, I haven’t. Have you ever voted in the United States? No, I haven’t. Do you pay your taxes every year? Yes, I pay taxes every year. Do you belong to any groups or organizations? No. Have you ever been a member of the Communist Party? No Have you ever been a terrorist? No, I haven’t. Have you ever sold or given weapons to another person? No Did you serve in your country’s armed
forces? No Have you ever been arrested or committed a crime? No Have you ever been a
habitual drunkard? No Have you ever sold or smuggled illegal drugs? No Have you ever been deported? No Do you support the Constitution and the form of government of the United States? Yes, I do. Are you willing to take the full Oath of Allegiance to the United States? Yes, I am. If the law requires it, are you willing to bear arms for the United States? Yes, I am. Really? What is bear arms? Bear arms is to carry a gun (to) protect the US government. Are you willing to perform noncombatant duties in the United States? Yes I am. What is noncombatant? I will help the US without using a gun. Are you willing to help the government during a national emergency? Yes, I am. Do you promise that everything you
said is true? Yes, I promise. Very good. Now let me ask you some questions for Citizenship. Are you okay? Can you name two national holidays? Thanksgiving and Christmas Day. What is the Constitution? The supreme law of the land. What is the rule of law? Everyone must follow THE law. The United States…let me think about … Where is the Statue of Liberty located? New York Harbor What are the two Houses, sorry– What are the two parts of Congress? The Senate and the House of Representatives What movement tried to stop (end) racial discrimination? the civil rights movement Name two cabinet-level positions? The Secretary of Labor and the Secretary of State The Secretary of Labor and the Secretary of State What important things did Abraham Lincoln do? Freed the slaves Slaves Let’s continue: on … What does the judicial branch? Explain the laws Explain the law Name one important thing that
Benjamin Franklin did. US Diplomat What are two rights that everyone has in the United States? Freedom of Assembly, Freedom of Speech Speech Giỏi! uscitizenpod.com

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    يا الله يا الله

    I have a question,I can go with my wife the time of interview and sit next to her ,because I fill out the application and she doesn't have a good English.

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    Oliur Rahman

    Hi how are you man
    I would like to talk about citizenship questions how can I get my citizenship I have been here 2years and My wife is us citizens she’s My petitioners I’m gonna ask how long i apply for the citizenship test can you explain me ! And what’s document I need Plzz let me know
    I will be wait ! It my number
    3133498145

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    Tiffany Secrets

    wow i showed my mom this video so she can study, coincidence my mom have the exact full name and spelling.
    that's crazy haha. This is a great educational video btw, Thank you!

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