There are many hoops and hurdles that applicants must overcome prior to being considered for a position with the United States Citizenship & Immigration Services. The stages in the USCIS hiring process will generally include the following:
Working for the United States Government in any capacity will often require a background check and drug screening.
The purpose of the USA Hire Competency Based assessments administered by the USCIS is to evaluate an applicant's future job performance. JobTestPrep's USA Hire-style preparation materials were designed to familiarize you with this test's structure, question format, and answers to ensure that you will have the best shot at passing it come test day.
Our USA Hire-style PrepPacks™ include tests for the most common cognitive exams you will face such as occupational math assessments, judgment assessments, interaction, reasoning, and reading assessments. Also included will be practice for your general assessments including job knowledge, writing skills, work simulations, accomplishment record, and structured interviews. By preparing with JobTestPrep you will be able to show the USCIS that you have what it takes and launch your career.
During your USCIS interviews, you should be prepared to answer several behavioral and situational questions, as well as those pertaining to your resume, availability, and previous work experience. We have included some examples of questions posed to past USCIS applicants below to give you an idea questions that you may be asked during this process:
It is highly recommended that you use the STAR method when answering behavioral questions. This method was designed to ensure that your responses are both structured, engaging, and more complete for your interviewer.
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