He aha te mea te uiui Tuhinga whakamātautau?

Ingarihi hokiNo Ingarihi

Naturalization Ko te tukanga e hanga e koe he tangata o te Hau Amui no Marite o Amerika. Ko te whakamātautau Tuhinga, whakamātautau raraunga ranei, Ko te uiuiraa. kia koe e ui e te āpiha Raraunga me Immigration Ratonga. Ko te uiuiraa Ko te taahiraa nui i roto i te hoko i te tangata US. Kimihia atu e pā ana ki te whakamātautau Tuhinga ka nahea ia faaineine no te te uiuiraa.

Naturalization is the process that makes you a citizen of the United States of America. The naturalization test, or citizenship test, is an interview. You will be questioned by a Citizenship and Immigration Services officer. The interview is an important step in becoming a US citizen. Find out about the naturalization test and how to prepare for the interview.

naturalization interview

naturalization interview

Ko te whakamātautau Tuhinga ko tetahi o te maha takahanga i roto i te tukanga ki te riro i te tangata US. E te wa haere koe tou uiuitanga, Ka whai koe:

The naturalization test is one of several steps in the process to become a US citizen. By the time you attend your interview, you will have:

I mua i tō whakamātautau Tuhinga

Before your naturalization test

A, no te katoa he oti tou pepa, nga Ratonga Raraunga me Immigration United States (USCIS) ka unga he pānui whakarite. Ka korero te pānui koutou te rā me te wā o to koutou uiuiraa.

When all your paperwork is complete, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will send an appointment notice. The notice will tell you the date and time of your interview.

Ko te uiuiraa Ko te taahiraa whakamutunga ki te hoko i te tangata. Kia tika atu koe i tō whakamātautau Tuhinga, Ka taea ki te riro i te tangata US koe.

The interview is the last step to becoming a citizen. Once you pass your naturalization test, you will be able to become a US citizen.

Te tiki i rite hoki koutou uiuiraa whakamātautau Tuhinga

Getting ready for your naturalization test interview

Ko te mea pai e taea e koe ki te angitu i tou uiuiraa Tuhinga ko: kia rite!

The best thing you can do to succeed at your naturalization interview is: be prepared!

'Oku'uhinga rite te mohio koutou pānui English, korero a he pai nui pūkenga tuhituhi. Reira te tikanga hoki he rite mo te whakamātautau Civics. Me matau koe i te katoa Ka pātai kia ui koe i roto i tou uiuiraa.

Being prepared means making sure your English reading, speaking and writing skills are good enough. It also means being ready for the Civics test. Make sure you understand all the questions you will be asked during your interview.

Ki te kore e rite koe, taea e koe haina ake hoki to tatou akomanga ipurangi free ki te te faaineine koe mo te whakamātautau Tuhinga.

If you are not ready, you can sign up for our free online classes to prepare you for the naturalization test.

how to prepare for your naturalization interview

how to prepare for your naturalization interview

Mea ki te kawea mai ki a koutou

Things to bring with you

He rite te tikanga hoki he mea katoa e hiahia ana koe ki te tango i ki tou uiuiraa.

Being prepared also means having everything you need to take to your interview.

Me kawe e koe te tūemi e whai ake nei ki a koe:

You must bring the following items with you:

  • Tō pānui whakarite
  • Tō Permanent Resident Card Card Rēhitatanga Alien ranei (kāri matomato)
  • raihana o tō taraiwa kāri tāutu kāwanatanga-tukuna ranei
  • uruwhenua katoa nāianei, me te pau tuhinga haere ranei
  • Your appointment notice
  • Your Permanent Resident Card or Alien Registration Card (green card)
  • Your driver’s license or state-issued identification card
  • All current and expired passports or travel documents

E hinaaro atoa paha koe ki te kawe:

You may also want to bring:

  • He kape o to koutou puka tono N-400 mo koutou ake tohutoro
  • He rārangi o te 100 pātai e ka tiki i te rangatira 10 pātai i (mahara e etahi o nga whakautu, pēnei i te ingoa o te peresideni, ka huri. Ka korero tenei rārangi koe te wahi ki te kitea te ingoa o nāianei).
  • A copy of your N-400 application form for your own reference
  • A list of the 100 questions that the officer will pick 10 questions from (remember that some of the answers, such as the name of the president, will change. This list will tell you where to find the current names).

E whakaaetia koe ki te kawe mai i tō rōia, ki te whai koe i tetahi.

You are allowed to bring your lawyer if you have one.

Ka korero atu ki tou pānui whakarite koe ki te hiahia koe ki te kawe mai i ētahi atu tuhinga, pērā i te faaipoiporaa whakarere ranei tiwhikete, tuhinga tāke, ranei ki te tuhinga meatia ki tou hoa ranei tamariki.

Your appointment notice will tell you if you need to bring other documents, such as marriage or divorce certificates, tax documents, or documents to do with your spouse or children.

Eaha te tupu i to koutou whakamātautau Tuhinga

What will happen at your naturalization test

Tae hoki te uiuiraa

Arriving for the interview

Tirohia mēnā ki te mohio rite te wahi e haere koutou kia kore koe e whiwhi ngaro, me te tae te mutunga. hinaaro ai e koe ki te haere ki te whare i te ra i mua to koutou whakarite kia matau koutou rite te wahi i te tari, ko te me pehea ki te tiki i reira.

Make sure to know exactly where you are going so you don’t get lost and arrive late. You might want to travel to the building on a day before your appointment so you know exactly where the office is and how to get there.

He mea pai ki te tae te hawhe haora wawe hoki koutou whakarite. Ka Me wa koe ki te haere i roto i te wāhitaki haumaru, me te kitea i te tari matau me te wāhi tatari. hoki, ki te he koe i he iti reira wawe, Ka ite koe iti huakina ana, me te io.

It is good to arrive half an hour early for your appointment. You will need time to go through a security checkpoint and find the right office and the waiting area. Also, if you are there a little early, you will feel less rushed and nervous.

kia whai koe ki te tatari mo te i noa te mea koutou tahuri. Ka taea e koe te whakamahi i te wa ki te titiro i runga i tou puka whakamātautau ranei pātai. Ka tae mai te rangatira USCIS i, ka karanga tou ingoa, ina ko reira koutou tahuri. Ka haere koe ki te tari tūmataiti. I mua i noho koe ki raro, ka ui ki a koutou i te rangatira ki te whakaara tou ringa matau, me fafau ki te korero ki te pono.

You may have to wait for a while until it is your turn. You can use the time to look over your form or test questions. The USCIS officer will come out and call your name when it is your turn. You will go to a private office. Before you sit down, the officer will ask you to raise your right hand and promise to tell the truth.

Whakamatautau koutou pūkenga English korero

Testing your English speaking skills

I roto i te uiuiraa, Kei te hanga i te āpiha tino he pono, me te tika koutou mōhiohio. Ia ranei ia e ui rota o ngā pātai e pā ana ki te pārongo i runga i tou tono (Puka N-400). I te wa ano, Kei te whakamatautau ia ranei ia koutou pūkenga reo Ingarihi.

During the interview, the officer is making sure your information is true and correct. He or she will ask lots of questions about the information on your application (Form N-400). At the same time, he or she is testing your English language skills.

Ētahi takitahi pakeke me etahi iwi ki te raruraru hauora ranei hauā hinengaro kia taau mo te okotahi ki te whakaritenga reo Ingarihi.

Some older individuals and some people with health problems or mental disabilities may qualify for an exception to the English language requirement.

pātai whakamārama me ngā puka hainatanga

Background questions and signing forms

Ka ui te rangatira pātai e pā ana ki to koutou papamuri. Ia ranei ia e ui i te mau uiraa e kore i e i runga i te puka tono. Kia rite hoki te pātai kia ui ai koe.

The officer will ask questions about your background. He or she may ask questions that were not on the application form. Be prepared for the questions you may be asked.

A, no te e oti te pātai, e hiahia ana koe ki te haina i te torutoru tuhinga, tae atu ki tō tono, me koutou whakaahua.

When the questions are finished, you will need to sign a few documents, including your application and your photographs.

whakamātautau Civics, pānui me te tuhituhi pūkenga

Civics test, reading and writing skills

Ka whai hoki te nuinga o te iwi ki te tango i te whakamātautau i runga i US civics, hītori, me te kāwanatanga. Ko tēnei wāhanga o te uiuiraa kia ki te rangatira taua, ranei kia waiho ai ki te tangata rerekē. taea mai te reira i te tuatahi ranei i te mutunga.

Most people will also have to take a test on US civics, history and government. This part of the interview may be with the same officer, or it may be with a different person. It could come first or at the end.

I roto i tenei whakamātautau, Me whakahoki e koe 6 i roto o 10 pātai tika e pā ana ki US civics. He kōrero nga pātai me whakautu. He ka waiho he wahi poto tuhituhia ki te whakamātautau ki te whakamatautau koutou pūkenga tuhituhi. Ka korero te rangatira koe he rerenga kōrero ki te tuhituhi ki raro. Ka hoki kia ui koe ki te pānui i te rerenga kōrero. ano, Ka taea e koe te faaineine mo te katoa Ka pātai kia ui koe i roto i tou uiuiraa.

During this exam, you must answer 6 out of 10 questions correctly about US civics. The questions and answers are spoken. There will be a short written part to the test to test your writing skills. The officer will tell you a sentence to write down. You will also be asked to read a sentence. Again, you can prepare for all the questions you will be asked during your interview.

E kore e te iwi torutoru i ki te tango i tenei whakamātautau. he etahi okotahi hoki te iwi pakeke iwi ranei ki ngā take hauora hauā ranei.

A few people do not have to take this test. There are some exceptions for older people or people with health issues or disabilities.

Kia mataara te ataata e pā ana ki te Tuhinga uiui USCIS

Watch a video about the USCIS naturalization interview

taea e koe tikiake i te Ārahi ki Naturalization whakahuatia i roto i te ataata. Whakamahia tenei aratohu rite haere koe kia rite ki te haere koe i roto i te tukanga. ka te nuinga o nga pātai i koe kia whakahoki i roto i te aratohu.

You can download the Guide to Naturalization mentioned in the video. Use this guide as you go as you go through the process. Most of the questions you have will be answered in the guide.

Tips me whakaaro mo koutou whakamātautau Tuhinga

Tips and suggestions for your naturalization test

  • Mai i te wa te oha atu te rangatira koutou, Kei te whakamatautau ia ranei ia koutou pūkenga Ingarihi. Kia tino ki te korero āta me mārama.
  • korero tonu te pono me te kore e mau hoki tetahi mōhiohio. kia whai mōhiohio e pā ana ki a koutou i te rangatira i tetahi atu pūtake. Ki te kahore koe e mohio he whakahoki ranei e kore e taea mahara, Ko reira pai ki te mea na. He pai ano hoki te reira ki te korero i te rangatira, ki te kahore koutou e matau i te tahi mea.
  • Ki te kore koe e korero Ingarihi, tamata ki te kitea te wā ki te haere ki ngā karaehe reo Ingarihi i roto i to koutou hapori. He maha kareti rohe, whare pukapuka me ngā pokapū hapori whakahere akomanga free. Ka taea e koe te titiro i roto i FindHello ki te kitea akomanga. Ranei e taea e koe kitea ngā akomanga ipurangi konei.
  • E mau ki te akoranga raraunga US ki te āwhina ia koe tika tou whakamātau. Ki te hiahia koe ki te haere ki te piha haapiiraa i roto i to koutou hapori, Ka taea e koe te rapu wahi konei - he tokomaha o te akomanga i tabulahia i roto i to tatou wāhanga Rauemi e free. Ranei e taea te tango e koe noa matou piha haapiiraa Raraunga ipurangi. taea e koe haina ki runga i konei a timata te wa e he rite koe!
  • From the time the officer greets you, he or she is testing your English skills. Be sure to speak carefully and clearly.
  • Always tell the truth and do not hold back any information. The officer may have information about you from another source. If you do not know an answer or cannot remember, it is okay to say so. It is also okay to tell the officer if you do not understand something.
  • If you do not speak English, try to find time to go to English classes in your community. Many local colleges, libraries and community centers offer free classes. You can look in FindHello to find classes. Or you can find online classes here.
  • Take a US citizenship course to help you pass your test. If you would like to go to a class in your community, you can search for places here – many of the classes listed in our Resources section are free. Or you can take our free online Citizenship class. You can sign up here and begin whenever you are ready!

Ngā manaakitanga pai ki tou uiuiraa! Kia mahara:

Good luck with your interview! Remember:

kia āhei, kia rite, a kia pono.

Be eligible, be prepared, and be truthful.

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