Part 3. Accommodations:

This is where you let USCIS know that you will need special accommodations. If you are unable to fully participate in the naturalization process because of a disability, USCIS will make every reasonable effort to ensure special accommodations on a case-by-case basis. Such accommodations may include sending an officer to your house or rest home to interview you if you are housebound. Check the appropriate box and describe the accommodation you need.

Part 4. Contact Information. Self-explanatory

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