In order to be eligible for citizenship in the United States the applicant must meet the following requirements to file for Naturalization.
Lawful admission as a permanent resident means, that you must have obtained your Green Card through legal means. This is the second time when they go back on the applicant's Green Card and see if the Green Card was legally issued. Sometimes if the immigration has committed a mistake or there was a misrepresentation on the applicant’s part and the Green Card was not legally issued, they can deny your Naturalization application and also start removal proceedings.
Medical disability waivers for Naturalization: there are some people who cannot, speak, write, or read English or cannot memorize the civic and history test. If there is a certificate from a doctor to establish that the person has a disability which is permanent and because of which, he/she cannot memorize and remember things, he/she can be exempted from taking the civic test and from speaking, reading, and writing test in English.
In addition to this, if a person has a Green Card for 20 years or more and is over 65 years of age, he/she can take the test of 25 questions and only answer 6 and can be taken in their own language. There is no English test. There are only history questions that are asked in their language via translator for this waiver.
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