So you’ve applied for naturalization, gone to the interview, and passed all exams and requirements. What happens after? After the USCIS approves your naturalization, you will be required to attend a naturalization ceremony and take the Oath of Allegiance at your scheduled time and location.
At the ceremony, you will be required to return your permanent resident card at check-in. You will then be directed to take the Oath of Allegiance and be given your Certificate of Naturalization. Make sure all the information on the certificate is accurate before leaving the ceremony.
Now that you are a U.S. citizen, you are advised to apply for a United States passport immediately. This is because a passport is an official proof of your citizenship in the United States. You should also update your Social Security information 10 days after your naturalization ceremony.