nemo realizada en Politics & GovernmentImmigration · hace 1 década

My mother is 77 and be resident for 8 yrs. does she has to do the test for citizen in english.?

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  • hace 1 década
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    Age — There are three important exemptions

    for English testing based on an applicant’s

    age and time as a Permanent Resident:

    (a) If you are over 50 years old and

    have lived in the United States as

    a Permanent Resident for periods

    totaling at least 20 years, you do

    not have to take the English test. You

    do have to take the civics test in the

    language of your choice.

    (b) If you are over 55 years old and

    have lived in the United States as

    a Permanent Resident for periods

    totaling at least 15 years, you do

    not have to take the English test. You

    do have to take the civics test in the

    language of your choice.

    (c) If you are over 65 years old and

    have lived in the United States as

    a Permanent Resident for periods

    totaling at least 20 years, you do

    not have to take the English test. You

    do have to take the civics test in the

    language of your choice. Designated test

    questions have been selected for you to

    study and are identified within the list of

    100 civics test questions, which can be

    found at www.uscis.gov under Education

    and Resources.

    To qualify for one of these exceptions, your

    time as a Permanent Resident does not

    have to be continuous. You are eligible for

    the exemption as long as your total time

    residing in the United States (as a

    Permanent Resident) is at least 15 or 20

    years. You may not count time when you

    were not a Permanent Resident.

    You must meet these requirements for age

    and time as a Permanent Resident at the

    time you file your application to qualify for

    an exemption.

    If you qualify for an exemption of English

    testing based on age and time as a

    Permanent Resident, an interpreter, who

    is proficient in English and the language

    of your choice, must accompany you to the

    interview

    Fuente(s): m 476
  • MadMan
    Lv 7
    hace 1 década

    Yes. She needs to have been a permanent resident for at least 15 years before she can take the test in another language.

  • hace 1 década

    well yeah, u should learn english before comming here anyway, you need to take lessons with her, because your english sucks ***, and there is no excuse to live in a country without knowing the proper use of the language. this **** pisses me off so bad. for f u c k sake my 2 year old can speak a foreign language just by watching a cartoon.

  • hace 1 década

    Seems that way, doesn't it fwf43? But yes she does have to take it in English, I know learning a different language can be difficult no matter how long you've been around it.

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  • Anónimo
    hace 1 década

    In 8 years if you weren't always speaking your native tongue around her she would already know english. Hope you are not the one teaching her english, "and be resident" give me a break.

  • Anónimo
    hace 1 década

    She should. The official language is English, not Spanish. What your saying is that she was "illegal" for several years and never learned english?

  • Anónimo
    hace 1 década

    8 years and you ask a question like this ?

  • hace 1 década

    Not sure...but good luck to grandma! :-)

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