You have to fill out the waiver form and have proof it's the I912 form
JUST BECAUSE I ANSWER YOUR QUESTION, THAT DOES NOT MAKE YOU MY CLIENT.
You may file a fee waiver form. There are instructions on the USCIS website at www.uscis.gov. You may be approved if you meet the requirements and can demonstrate it. There are also non-profit organizations like The Legal Aid Society and Catholic Charities that offer free naturalization clinics and pro-Bono services from local attorneys if you need assistance. There is a clinic on April 22, 2017 by the Legal Aid Society of Cleveland. Good luck.
U.S. Citizenship is a valuable privilege, not a right and the USCIS may reject a Fee Waiver based on that rationale alone.
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File for fee waiver on I-912. See forms on USCIS website.
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