Citizenship Interview

Old May 28th 2001, 3:04 am
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Mohammad Hossain
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I know what the law says regarding being able to speak and understand English during
citizenship interview.

Can anyone take an interpreter with him/her to the citizenship interview? Under what
circumstances would this be allowed? I know for a fact that people do take
interpreters with them.

Thanks for any responses.

MSH
 
Old May 29th 2001, 1:24 am
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Ed MacNeil
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Hi Mohammad,

THIS SHOULD NOT BE CONSTRUED TO BE LEGAL ADVICE. I AM NOT A LAWYER. I DON'T EVEN PLAY
ONE ON TV!

Some applicants are not required to demonstrate English such as those who qualify
under the 20/50 or 15/55 rules. Also those with certain forms of disability may be
excused from the English requirement. I personally know of no situation where INS
would permit a translator under other (normal) circumstances.

Ed MacNeil Ancient Aviator North Hampton, NH, USA

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