Citizenship

About US Citizenship


ANNOUNCEMENT:  ***POTENTIAL CHANGES COMING TO THE US CITIZENSHIP TEST IN 2024***

Since 2008, applicants’ spoken English has been tested during the naturalization interview by asking them questions about themselves from the information that applicants provided in their naturalization application, such as current and prior residential addresses and employment history. The test has also included the applicants being asked to answer short-answer civics questions orally based on a list of 100 possible questions. 

    • The new process would instead require applicants to describe photographs of daily activities. 
    • In the new test, applicants would have to answer a multi-choice civics test.

The USCIS has announced a tentative 2024 launch for the revised test.

*For the latest information please click on this USCIS.gov link.

Ready to APPLY for US Citizenship NOW?Citizenship Class

If you plan to complete the US Citizenship Application and Naturalization process in the next few months, the WINGS: Adult Education Program is providing an online, self-guided, self-paced US Citizenship course.  Additionally, the program is providing a face-to-face, 10-Week Citizenship Course from February 21 - May 8. The class will meet on Wednesdays from 10 AM - 12 PM at the Main Library (301 N Rockwall Ave).

The course has lessons for the 2008 Version of the Test (not the new revised 2020 Test)

    • Steps to Becoming a U.S. Citizen 
    • N-400 Interview Practice 
    • Civics, Reading& Writing Practice 
    • Your Interview and New Citizenship

HOW TO ENROLL IN THE PROGRAM

A Library Card or E-card and a personal email account are required for student accounts.

Citizenship Enrollment Form