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Đơn Thi Quốc Tịch Mỹ N-400

Đơn thi Quốc tịch Mỹ N-400 có nhiều thông tin, trong đó có một số nội dung mà người nộp đơn cần phải ghi lại khi bắt đầu định cư tại Mỹ

  • Họ và Tên,
  • Ngày, tháng, năm sinh
  • Thông tin để liên hệ: số điện thoại, địa chỉ cư ngụ hiện, địa chỉ thư điện tử (email)
  • Số An sinh xã hội,
  • Số A- trên thẻ xanh, ngày cấp,
  • Tất cả địa chỉ cư ngụ trong quá khứ, thời gian dọn đến, dọn đi kể từ lúc sang định cư tại Mỹ,
  • Tất cả thông tin liên quan đến quá trình học tập: tên trường, địa chỉ, thời gian học (ngày bắt đầu, ngày kết thúc)
  • Tất cả thông tin liên quan đến quá trình làm việc: tên công ty, địa chỉ, thời gian làm việc (ngày bắt đầu, ngày kết thúc), nghề nghiệp
  • Tất cả các chuyến đi ra khỏi nước Mỹ: tên quốc gia đến, ngày đi, ngày về
  • Tình trạng hôn nhân bao gồm thông tin của vợ hoặc chồng, con
    • Họ và tên
    • Ngày, tháng, năm sinh
    • Địa chỉ cư ngụ
    • Việc làm
  • Các câu hỏi liên quan đến chính trị như có tham gia các tổ chức khủng bố, nợ thuế thu nhập cá nhân…

Bạn có thể điền đơn thi Quốc tịch Mỹ N-400 trực tuyến hoặc in đơn N-400 tại trang web uscis.gov điền đơn theo hướng dẫn của USCIS

Dưới đây là các câu hỏi trong đơn thi quốc tịch Mỹ N-400 (từ phần 1 đến phần 11) 

Part 1. Information About Your Eligibility (Select only one box or your Form N-400 may be delayed)

What is your basis for eligibility?

  • I am at least 18 years of age and have been a lawful permanent resident of the United States for at least 5 years.
  • I am at least 18 years of age and have been a lawful permanent resident of the United States for at least 3 years. In addition, I have been married to and living with a U.S. citizen spouse for the last 3 years, and my spouse has been a U.S. citizen for the last 3 years at the time I filed my Form N-400.
  • I am at least 18 years of age, I am a lawful permanent resident of the United States, and I am the spouse of a U.S. citizen and my U.S. citizen spouse is regularly engaged in specified employment abroad.
  • I am applying on the basis of qualifying military service.
  • Other

What is your A-Number?

Your A-Number is located on your Permanent Resident Card (formerly known as the Alien Registration Card or referred to as the Green Card), and consists of a 7, 8, or 9-digit number.

The A-Number may be located on the front or back of the card, depending on when the card was issued.

A-….

Part 2. Information About You (Person applying for naturalization)

1.What is your current legal name?

Your current legal name is the name on your birth certificate, unless it changed after birth by legal action such as marriage or court order.

Do not provide any nicknames here.

  • Given name (first name)
  • Middle name (if applicable)
  • Family name (last name)

2.What is your name exactly as it appears on your Permanent Resident Card?

Provide your name exactly as it appears on your Permanent Resident Card, even if it is misspelled.

3.Have you used any other names since birth?

Other names used may include nicknames, aliases, and maiden names.

4.Would you like to legally change your name?

A court can allow you to change your name at your naturalization oath ceremony.

You do not need to request a name change if you legally changed your name because of marriage, divorce, or other court order.

We cannot process name change requests for members of the military or their spouses who are naturalizing overseas.

5.U.S. Social Security Number (if applicable)

What is your U.S. Social Security number?

6.USCIS Online Account Number (if any)

What is your USCIS Online Account Number?

You can find your USCIS Online Account Number by signing in to your account and going to your profile page.

If you previously filed an application, petition, or request using the USCIS online filing system, provide the USCIS Online Account Number you were issued.

If you previously filed certain applications, petitions, or requests on a paper form via a USCIS Lockbox facility, you may have received a USCIS Online Account Access Notice issuing you a USCIS Online Account Number. You can find this number at the top of the notice.

The USCIS Online Account Number is not the same as an A-Number.

The  USCIS Online Account Number was previously called the USCIS Electronic Immigration System (USCIS ELIS) Number.

7.Gender

8.Date of Birth

9.On what date did you become a lawful permanent resident?

10.Country of Birth

11.What is your country of citizenship or nationality?

Provide the name of the country as it currently exists, where you are currently a citizen or national. If the country no longer exists, use the current name of the country.

If you are a citizen or national of more than one country, provide the name of the foreign country that issued your last passport.

If you are stateless, enter the name of the current country where you were last a citizen or national.

12.Do you have a physical or developmental disability or mental impairment that prevents you from demonstrating your knowledge and understanding of the English language and/or civics requirements for naturalization?

If you want to apply for a disability exception, your disability or impairment must affect your ability to read, write, or speak the English language or learn U.S. civics, even with accommodations. Your disability must have affected you for at least 1 year or be expected to last longer than 1 year. If you qualify for a disability exception, an interpreter who is fluent in English and the language of your choice must come with you to your interview.

You cannot qualify for a disability exception based on illiteracy.

13.Exemptions from the English Language Test

Part 3. Accommodations for Individuals With Disabilities and/or Impairments

Are you requesting an accommodation because of your disabilities and/or impairments?

We will make every effort to make reasonable accommodations for applicants with disabilities who need modifications to naturalization process in order to demonstrate their eligibility.

  • If you use a wheelchair, we will make sure you can be fingerprinted, interviewed, and sworn in at a location that is wheelchair accessible. All domestic USCIS facilities meet the Accessibility Guidelines of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
  • If you are unable to travel to a designated USCIS location for an interview, USCIS may visit you at your home or a hospital to conduct the interview.
  • If you use a service animal such as a guide dog, your animal may come with you to your interview or any other immigration benefit-related appointment.
  • If you are blind or have low vision, USCIS may permit you to take a test orally rather than in writing.
  • If you are hearing impaired, the officer conducting your interview will speak loudly and slowly, or we will work with you to arrange for a sign language interpreter. If you require a sign language interpreter at your interview, or any other immigration benefit-related appointment, please indicate that here.

Part 4. Information to Contact You

How can we contact you?

  • Mobile telephone number
  • Daytime telephone number
  • Evening telephone number
  • Work telephone number

What is your current mailing address?

We will use your current mailing address to contact you throughout the naturalization process.

We may not be able to contact you if you do not provide a complete and valid address

Part 5. Information About Your Residence

Where have you lived during the last five years?

Provide your most recent residence and then list every location where you have lived during the last five years.

  • Current Physical Address
  • Current Mailing Address (if different from the address above)
  • Physical Address 2
  • Physical Address 3
  • Physical Address 4

Part 6. Information About Your Parents

  • Were your parents married before your 18th birthday?

Your relationship to your mother and father may be biological or as a legal adoptive parent.

  • Is your mother a U.S. citizen?
  • Is your father a U.S. citizen?

Part 7. Biographic Information

  • Ethnicity (Select only one box) Hispanic or Latino; Not Hispanic or Latino
  • Race (Select all applicable boxes) White; Asian; Black or African American; American Indian or Alaska Native; Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
  • Height (Feet, Inches)
  • Weight (Pounds)
  • Eye color (Select only one box) Black; Blue; Brown; Gray; Green; Hazel; Maroon; Pink; Unknown/Other
  • Hair color (Select only one box) Bald (No hair); Black; Blond; Brown; Gray; Red; Sandy; White; Unknown/Other

Part 8. Information About Your Employment and Schools You Attended

Where have you worked and/or attended school (full time or part time) during the last 5 years?

Provide where and when you have worked or attended school full time or part time during the last 5 years.

Include all military, police, and/or intelligence service and provide information for the complete time period.

  • Choose new school/employment type
    • What is the name of the employer?
    • What was your occupation?
    • On what dates were you employed here?
    • From… To…
    • What is the employer’s address?
  • Choose new school/employment type
    • What is the name of your school?
    • What was your occupation?
    • From … To…
    • What is the school’s address?

Part 9. Time Outside the United States

Here is your travel history. If anything is incorrect or missing, you can edit or delete your entries below or add a new trip.

We count the day you depart from the United States and the day you return to the United States as days inside the United States.

We only count days that you spent outside of the United States during the last 5 years, even if your trip was longer than 5 years ago.

Have you taken a trip outside of the United States in the last 5 years?

Include short trips that lasted longer than 24 hours and visits to Canada and Mexico.

List all trips of 24 hours or longer that you have taken outside of the United States during the last 5 years.

Provide information for all trips you have taken outside the United States, including short trips that lasted longer than 24 hours and visits to Canada and Mexico.

Example:

Part 10. Information About Your Marital History

  • What is your current marital status?
    • Single, never married
    • Married
    • Divorced
    • Widowed
    • Separated Marriage annulled
  • Have you been married previously? Include annulled marriages, marriages to other people, and marriages to the same person.
  • Has your current spouse been married previously? Include annulled marriages, marriages to other people, and marriages to the same person.
  • Is your current spouse a current member of the U.S. armed forces?
  • What is your current spouse’s legal name? Your spouse’s legal name is the name on his or her birth certificate, unless it changed after birth by legal action such as marriage or court order. Do not provide any nicknames here.
  • What is your current spouse’s date of birth?
  • On what date did you marry your current spouse?
  • What is your current spouse’s current address?
  • Where is your current spouse currently employed?
  • Is your current spouse a U.S. citizen?
  • When did your current spouse become a U.S. citizen? At birth,  Other
  • Date your current spouse became a U.S. citizen
  • Has your current spouse ever used a previous legal name?
  • Has your current spouse used any other names since birth? Other names used may include nicknames, aliases, and maiden names.

Part 11. Information About Your Children

  • Do you have any children? You must indicate all of your children, including:
    • Children who are alive, missing, or deceased
    • Children born in the United States or in other countries
    • Children under or over 18 years of age
    • Children who are currently married or unmarried
    • Children living with you or elsewhere Current stepchildren Legally adopted children
    • Children born when you were not married
  • What is your child’s current legal name?
  • Your child’s legal name is the name on his or her birth certificate, unless it changed after birth by legal action such as marriage or court order. Do not provide any nicknames here.
    • Given name (first name)
    • Middle name (if applicable)
    • Family name (last name)
  • What is your child’s date of birth?
  • What is your child’s country of birth? Provide the name of the country at the time of your child’s birth, even if the name has changed.
  • What is your child’s current address? You do not need to provide an address if your child is missing or deceased.
  • My child is missing and/or deceased.
  • What is your child’s relationship to you?
  • Your child’s relationship to you includes biological child, stepchild, or legally adopted child.

Trên đây bao gồm 11 phần trong đơn thi quốc tịch Mỹ N-400 mà người nộp đơn cần trả lời khi điền đơn N-400.

Người nộp đơn cần nhớ các nội dung trong đơn N-400 khi đi phỏng vấn.

Mời bạn xem tiếp phần 12 của đơn thi quốc tịch Mỹ N-400 tại đây

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