Rosa's Journey Towards U.S. Citizenship

Published On: September 10, 2020

Rosa thought it was too hard to become a US Citizen. Then she found FileRight.

This is Her Story

Rosa is a hard-working immigrant who left hardship and poverty in Italy and, like many before her and many after, came with her husband to America in search of a better life. She has been a permanent resident of the United States for 50 years. She is now 70 years old and a loving mother and grandmother to her children and grandchildren. She could not be happier.

Rosa was scared. She knew she could become a citizen, but the thought of taking the citizenship test made her nervous. She did not want to fail, so she never tried to see if she could pass.

Rosa used FileRight to prepare her citizenship application, and, once it was sent to the USCIS, used the tools and resources on FileRight.com to help practice for the test. When she took the test, she said it was “so easy!”, and even wondered why she did not do it earlier.

The test is the most frightening part of the citizenship application process to most people, but you will be surprised to know that the US Citizenship test is not difficult with the right resources and a little practice.

There are currently 9 million permanent residents of the United States who are eligible to apply for citizenship. Just like Rosa, many of them have put off becoming a citizen out of fear of the test. Don’t let the fear of failing the test stop you. FileRight can help you prepare, practice and pass the test.

Rosa says that she “feels great, honored and ready to celebrate! Thanks to FileRight.com"

Like many immigrants, English was not Rosa’s mother tongue. Just the English that she used every day was enough to pass the test. The test uses simple words and simple grammar, and your English does not have to be perfect to pass. FileRight offers FREE US Citizenship test and interview online classes, videos and even DVDs to help you practice whenever you have the time.

As a U.S. citizen now, Rosa loves that she can vote and have a say in the American Government. There are lots of other benefits of being a U.S. Citizen: you do not have to keep renewing your green card, you get a United States passport that lets you travel to most countries in the world without a visa, and you never have to worry about losing your status as a permanent resident.

On October 2nd, 2020, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is doubling the fee to apply for citizenship, so you can save hundreds of dollars if you start now. FileRight helped Rosa become a proud citizen, and we can help you. Apply now!

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