Nhung Thi Hong Tran’s Practice U.S. Citizenship Interview

Nhung Thi Hong Tran’s Practice U.S. Citizenship Interview


Explain how you are eligible to become a U.S. citizen. Show me your Green Card your Driver’s License. Thank you and Photo ID good What is your full name? Is the name on your Green Card the same as your legal name? What is your country of birth? What is your country of nationality? What is your date of birth? What is your date of permanent residence? May 29 2013 Was your mother or father a US citizen before you’re 18 years old? Are you requesting an accommodation because of a physical disability? Are you Asian or Latino? Do you live in San Jose, Milpitas, or Fremont? How long have you lived in Milpitas? Six years Now, let us continue. Do you
work? Yes Where do you work? How long have you worked there? Three weeks? New job! Congratulations!!! What is your new job? My my job is a phlebotomy. Phlebotomist? Were you a phlebotomist in Vietnam? In the United States and I (was) already (a phlebotomist in) Vietnam. Dd you go to school to learn how to become a phlebotomist? Yes What school did you go to? De Anza College Did they pay you any money to go to De Anza College? No. (**Some types of student aid is considered to be INCOME). For, maybe, 4 or 5 years you did not work. Who supported you? My husband supports me. Very good What is his job? His job is a QC. QC? (Quality Control) So he’s a QC inspector? Let us continue. Have you traveled outside the United States? Yes. How many times have you traveled outside the United States? Four times How many total days did you travel outside the United States? 120 days Did you go only to Vietnam? Yes. Tell me about your last trip. When did you leave and when did you come back? I leave (left) on January 16 2019 and come back (returned) February 7 2019 Are you married? Yes. How many times have you been married? When did you get married to your husband? January 23, 2009. Let us continue. Do you have any children? No children. Okay, now I’m going to be asking you some questions. Have you ever claimed to be a US citizen? No What is “claimed”? “Claimed” That means to get married to get citizenship. No, that is not “claim” “Claim” is: Are you telling the truth or are you not telling the truth? Not tell the truth Have you ever voted in the United States? Did you vote in Vietnam? Have you ever been declared legally incompetent? What is legally incompetent? You have a lawyer or doctor (or guardian) decide important things for you because you cannot think clearly. Do you pay your taxes every year? Have you ever said I’m not a permanent resident? When you pay your taxes– Do you pay your taxes with your husband? Do you owe any taxes? What are taxes? Taxes that means pay the money to the government. Do you belong to any groups or organizations? what is organization yeah okay
so now have you ever been a member of the Communist Party
what is the Communist Party that the government of China, Vietnam, North Korea, and cuba, Have you ever been a terrorist?
what is a terrorist terrorist that means Are you helping people with violence or
are you hurting people with violence? hurting to control the government have you ever
participated in a rebel group no have you ever tried to overthrow or change
the government illegally okay have you ever worked in a place like a
prison or labor camp what is a prison you go to the jail
yeah you go to jail can you come have you ever sold or given weapons to another person no have you
ever received any military or weapons training do you know how to use a gun no
no okay have you ever forced a child under 15
to become a soldier no have you ever been arrested or coming in a crime
what is arrested? Break the law and go to jail have you ever been
habitual drunkard have you ever soldier smuggled illegal
drugs have you ever married your did you marry your husband to get a green card
okay have you ever served in the US military
were you deported back to Vietnam okay what is deported he thought that
mean every time my country is it good no no
it’s kicked out of the United States do you support the Constitution in the form
of government of the United States are you willing to take the full Oath of
Allegiance to the United States what is the Oath of Allegiance very good
if the law requires it are you willing to bear arms for the United States
what is bear arms beyond that’s mean do you go even do very good are you willing
to help the government during a national emergency
do you promise everything that you said is true yeah very good
do you want me to ask you some questions okay very good do you want easy
questions or difficult questions easily done good all right are you ready yeah
who did the United States fight in World War two no no who did the United States
fight in World War two Japan, Italy, and Germany
what are two ways that Americans can participate in their democracy run to
work? that’s a good idea run for office okay yeah what does the
Constitution do? Let me think. during the Cold War what is the main concern of the
United States very good during the Cold War
what is the main concern of the United States communism
why does the flag have 50 stars because they named the u.s. war between the
North and the South Civil War when is the last day you can send in your
federal income taxes April 15 do you pay your taxes every year do you owe any
taxes no are you sure okay all right what stops one branch of government from
becoming too powerful let me see think Checks and Balances Who wrote the Declaration of Independence? who lived in America before the
Europeans arrived The American Indians why does the flag have 50 stars? Because there are 50 states uscitizenpod.com

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