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Naturalization ASL and Braille Availability Updates


USCIS has released enhancements that make their services more accessible for members of the public with disabilities.

A 15-minute video about the naturalization process is now available in American Sign Language. The video provides information on general eligibility requirements, filing an application, the naturalization interview, and the Oath ceremony.

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For naturalization applicants, USCIS can offer the English reading test in braille. Hardcopy study materials are also available in braille. To request braille-related or other accommodations, members of the public should use the online accommodations request form or call the Contact Center at 800-375-5283 (TTY 800-767-1833).

Through the Citizenship Resource Center, individuals can access and print large-print versions of the Civics (History and Government) Questions for the Naturalization Test, Civics Questions for the 65/20 Exemption, the Reading Test Vocabulary and the Writing Test Vocabulary. Individuals can also access text-only versions of these materials for use with screen enlargers, screen readers, refreshable braille displays, and most other accessibility products.