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Being able to read, write, and speak Basic English (Grade 3 level) is required for Naturalization.  There are  exceptions to this rule for someone who: - Is 55 years old and has been a permanent resident for at least 15 years; or - Is 50 years old and has been a permanent resident for at least 20 years.

100Qs--Amharic (Seattle Public Library)

100Qs--Bosnian (World Relief)

100Qs--Cambodian-Khmer (Seattle Public Library)

100Qs--Chinese (USCIS.gov)

100Qs--French (Guilford County Public Library School System)

100Qs--Lao (Seattle Public Library)

100Qs Polish (Polish American Foundation of Connecticut Inc.)

100Qs--Portuguese (ClinicLegal)

100Qs--Russian (HIAS)

100Qs--Somali (Seattle Public Library)

100Qs--Spanish (USCIS.gov)
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The USCIS Naturalization Interview and Test Video
100Qs--Tagalog (USCIS.gov)

100Qs--Thai (Seattle Public Library)

100Qs--Vietnamese (USCIS.gov)