The answers to immigration questions are available on the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration services website. The naturalization interview will include an English speaking, reading, and writing test, as well as a civics test.
For the English speaking test, a U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services officer will determine if English speaking ability is sufficient. For the reading and writing tests, the candidate must be able to read and write one out of three sentences correctly. These sentences will be about U.S. civics and history. The civics test consists of 10 questions. To pass this test, six questions must be answered correctly. The 10 questions are drawn from a pool of 100 possible questions.