Week 2 – Thursday

N-400 Practice: Antonio Paz

Watch part of Antonio’s interview. What do you think?

Did he do great? Terrible? So-so?

What questions did you hear?

This is only an example. This is only part of an interview.

Excuse me, can you explain that?

  1. What’s your full legal name?
  2. What is your marital status? à Are you married? Single? Divorced? Widowed?
  3. How many times have you been married?
  4. Was your wife born in the US?
  5. Who is your wife’s employer?
  6. Do you have children?
  7. Were they born in the US? / Was she born in the US?
  8. Where do your children live? / Where does your child live?
  9. Have you spent any time outside the United States since you became a permanent resident?

Civics Review: Oregon Leaders

Reading+Civics: Places

Do you know what this famous statue is?

Where is the Statue of Liberty? –> New York

Name one of the two longest rivers in the United States. –> Mississippi

Name one US Territory. –> Puerto Rico

Why does the flag have 50 stars? –> Because we have 50 states

The Day of the Interview


You know that you should come _____________ minutes early, and the address of USCIS in Portland is _________ ________ Overton St.

But when you come to USCIS for the interview, what should you bring?

Choose 2 out of 3 (2 are correct, 1 is not necessary). For example:

Your notice of interview appointment.Permanent Resident Card.A toothbrush and toothpaste.

Passports and ID           

Your passport and Oregon ID (or drivers license)A library card with your name on it.All your expired (old) passports.

More helpful documents

Your marriage certificate (if you’re married)Your divorce papers (if you’re divorced).Flowers (if you meet someone cute at the interview)

Other legal papers

Official papers for your dog or cat (if you have one)Name change papers (if you changed your name before)Court papers (if you had a criminal problem before)

Selective Service

For men between 18-31, you should bring proof of Selective Service Registration. Please call Selective Service at 1-847-688-6888 or visit https://www.sss.gov/Registration/Check-a-Registration/Verification-Form

2020 Updates

A face mask to help prevent COVID-19A stick that is 6 feet long so you will stay physically distant. A black pen

Writing Practice