Part 13: Signature:

The applicant should realize that false testimony in a naturalization application is a crime that can lead not only to denial but also to imprisonment and removal.

Preparer: The attorney or other preparer must disclose his or her name to avoid violation of INA § 274C and other crimes.

PART 14 and 15: Should be filled out by an interpreter and/or form preparer if other than the applicant.

PART 16, 17 & 18 These parts are not to be completed until the time of interview before the USCIS adjudicator.

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