In a few more days I will be attending the interview/test for my US citizenship application. It's hard to believe that the process seems to be moving along faster than I thought it would be. Don't get me wrong, I am not complaining since I only submitted it sometime in April. So now what. I have been studying the 100 questions and I think I am comfortable with all the correct answer. According to their website, applicants will be asked 10 out of the 100 and you will have to get 6 correct in order to pass. But that is not the only test. Everyone will have to be tested on their reading, writing and speaking ability. Jeff doesn't think I will have an issue with that. So here's one question that I have to make sure I get the right answer. Why do you want to become an American citizen? The correct answer is - in order to vote in the federal election. What if they ask me if there are additional reason why? I will have to provide something short and true. For some reason whatever I wrote yesterday did not get saved so I won't even bother to rewrite. Next week I will update everyone on the result of my interview. Wish me luck and I truly hope all goes well. If you are into praying,
say one for me.