Will my elderly mother-in-law be able to take an easier naturalization exam?
Requesting due consideration for older applicants.
My mother-in-law is from Afghanistan and is 72 years old. She has lived in the U.S. for seven years and wants to apply for U.S. citizenship. Her health is good, but she received very little schooling growing up, and she now has a great deal of trouble with speaking English and therefore also with studying for the civics exam. As far as I can tell, she doesn't qualify for any age or disability waivers – is there any way she can be approved for citizenship?