U.S. Citizenship Interview with Officer David Part 3

U.S. Citizenship Interview with Officer David Part 3


This is Teacher Jennifer from US Citizenship Podcast. Today we will listen to our third interview with Officer David. You can download the Casual Citizenship Interview at uscitizenpod.com and practice with a classmate, friend, or family member. After the interview, he will ask the USCIS (civics) questions ending with “Three” (03, 13, 23, 33, 43, 53, 63, 73, 83, 93). Let’s get started. My name is Officer David with USCIS. I’m here to interview for your US citizenship. Thank you so much. I’m very nervous. Will I be okay? Yes. Okay, thank you. Explain how you are eligible to become a U.S. Citizen. I have been a legal permanent resident for over five years. What is your full name? My full name is Juana Maria de la Cruz. When were you born? I was born on September 16, 1978. Where were you born? I was born in Tijuana, Mexico. What is your date of permanent residence? My date of permanent residence is March 12, 2013. What is your nationality? Mexican. What is your home phone number? My home phone number is (478) 929-7579 Where do you live? I live in Milpitas. Who do you live with? I live with my husband and my children. How do you make your living? I am a cashier at a store. Have you traveled outside of the US in the past five years? Yes I have. Are you married? Yes I am. What is the name of your spouse? My husband’s name is Juan de la Cruz. Is he a US citizen? Yes, he is a US citizen. When did you get married? We got married on November 12, 1999. Do you have any children? Yes, I have three children. What are their names? Their names are Adrian, Nayelli, and Apollo. Have you ever claimed to be a US citizen? No. Have you ever failed to file your taxes? No. Have you ever been declared legally incompetent? No. Do you belong to any groups or organizations? No. Have you ever been a member of the Communist Party? No. What is communism? Communism is the government party of China, Vietnam, North Korea, and Cuba. Have you ever been a terrorist? No. What is terrorism? Terrorism uses fear and violence to control people and governments. Have you ever sold or given weapons to another person? No. Have you ever received any military training? No. Have you ever been arrested or committed a crime? No Have you ever sold or smuggled illegal drugs or narcotics? No Have you ever helped anyone enter the United States illegally? No Have you ever been deported? No What is deported? Deported is to be arrested and kicked out of the United States. Do you support the Constitution and form of government of the US? Yes I support the Constitution. What is the Constitution? The Constitution is the supreme law of the land. Are you willing to take the full Oath of Allegiance to the US government? Yes I am. What is Oath of Allegiance? The Oath of Allegiance is a promise to be loyal to the United States. If the law requires it, are you willing to bear arms in the US Armed Forces. Yes What is to bear arms? To bear arms is to carry a weapon to protect the United States Are you willing to perform non-combat and services for the US Armed Forces? Yes I am What is non-combatant? A noncombatant works in the US military but is not carrying a weapon. They’re doing jobs like a cook or translator. 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 do. The idea of self-government is in the first three words of the Constitution. What are these words? We the People. Name one branch or part of the government. Congress. Name your US Representative. Ro Khanna (check House.gov for your US Rep) Who signs to become laws? the President Who is the governor of your state? Jerry Brown (check NGA.org for your Governor) What is one promise you will make when you become a United States citizen? I promise to be loyal to the United States. When was the Declaration of Independence adopted? July 4, 1776 Name the U.S. war between the North and the South. the Civil War During the Cold War, what was the main concern of the United States? Communism Name one state that borders Mexico. California Sign your papers here. Thanks to the students and staff Milpitas Adult School. Please visit us on the web at www.uscitizenpod.com where you will find more Citizenship resources for the Winter Holidays. Thanks for listening. I know that you will be a great American citizen. www.uscitizenpod.com

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    Belen Ibarra

    I want to thank you for all your help ❤ I passed my test today 🙏
    This was my experience: I arrived 30 minutes early, was given a number and seated. I waited over an hour to be called in. That was only because the system was down. Finally I get called in, officer was a bit frustrated because of the whole system thing but not rude towards me. Had me raise my right hand and promise to tell the truth. Went over my N-400 wasn't ask to define any of the yes or no questions. Answered 6 civics questions. Read one sentence, wrote one sentence. Took about 10 minutes. I was over prepared but it's better than under prepared.
    I was super nervous but once I was called in, I sat up confident and answered the questions like I had practiced. So my advice is practice, practice, practice. Good luck to you all 🙏❤ God bless

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