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U.S. Citizenship Test: The Civics Section

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As an immigrant to the United States, you may know the difference between a naturalized citizen versus a green card. You may even know about immigration bond requirements and bond insurance services, but do you know who was the first president of the United States? How about how many members make up the House of Representatives of the United States? If you do not, it is okay for now, but if you are planning on taking the US citizenship test, you should learn. (The answers are George Washington and 435, by the way.)

What to Expect for the Civics Section

As part of the US naturalization test, applicants are required to take a US civics test. This civics portion will include questions about the government, history, and current politics of the United States.

While the US citizenship civics test is only 10 questions long, these questions are pooled from 100 possible questions that you can find on the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) website. Unfortunately, because of this setup, you will want to study all 100 questions and answers.

During the test, a USCIS officer will ask you 10 questions from their list, and you are expected to give a verbal answer. The USCIS will not give you choices to choose from, so you are expected to recall the answer on your own. The test is conducted in English, and only certain applicants are exempt from the English requirement. The test may also include questions regarding politics in American, so you need to make sure that you know who is currently in office at the time of your test, since these answers can change.

What If I Fail the US Civics Test?

Having to take and pass the US Citizenship test is just one of the many challenges that immigrants face when wanting to become a citizen of the United States. In order to pass US citizenship civics test, the applicant must correctly answer 6 out of the 10 questions correctly. Luckily the US citizenship civics test is one test that applicants can retake is they fail the first time; however, you need to retake the test 60 to 90 days after your first attempt.

Recommended Practice for the US Citizenship Civics Test

At US Immigration Bonds & Insurance Services, we know that the civics portion may be the hardest part of the US naturalization exam, so we want to help you prepare. Below is a list of sources to help you practice for the US citizenship test.

Although our focus is on providing nationwide immigration bonds from California to New York, as well as bond insurance services, we want to support immigrants in their pursuit to becoming US citizens. We are a reliable source of information on immigration, where you can seek answers for all of your questions about immigration.

 

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