Tuesday, July 11, 2006

Visa Anyone?

Well, here it comes... I need to study and bone up on American history and English. I'm slated for an interview. After twenty plus years, I'm going to be naturalized as an American.

One of those things that I just never got around to doing. But since the SO wants to go to Europe, I better change my citizenship. I don't want the Europeans to think that I was a babysitter.

1 comment:

basagulo said...

Go to the library and borrow a review book. This makes the interview waaaaay easier than wondering what they will ask. Good luck, it's easy.

When I took my interview, a hispanic woman came with her daughter to interpret for her. FAILED! (with a buzzing sound). The interviewer told her that she needs to speak english to be a citizen. Idiot.