Is it possible to take the citizenship test in Spanish?

Generally, a person seeking U.S. citizenship must take a written and oral examination to demonstrate that he or she has a basic knowledge of English and of U.S. history and government. If an applicant fails the English and civics exams, he or she may retake the exam within 90 days.

There are some exceptions to these requirements. Find out what they are by reading "Consulta Migratoria", my column in the newspaper La Opinión.