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ICE agents make arrests at marriage interviews in Florida

Undocumented immigrants who are married to U.S. citizens and wish to become legal residents are required to attend what are known as marriage interviews at U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services offices. These interviews are designed to help immigration officials to determine whether or not the marriage in question is genuine. However, media outlets have reported that U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents in Florida are now using these interviews to identify and apprehend undocumented individuals.

Exploring the naturalization test

As part of the process of becoming a United States citizen, a Florida resident may need to take a naturalization test. This test generally requires a person to show that he or she can read, write and speak in English. The speaking part of the test occurs during an interview with an immigration officer while the writing component includes writing a sample sentence or two. Form N-400 is used to determine how well a person can read.

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