The 100 sample questions and answers for the US Immigration test are listed below. The test is an oral exam in which the USCIS Officer will ask the applicant up to 10 of the 100 questions. An applicant must answer six out of ten questions correctly to pass the civics portion of the test.
Author: Great Britain: Home Office
Release Date: 2013-01-01
This 3rd edition of Life in the United Kingdom is the official handbook for the new Life in the UK tests to be taken on or after 25 March 2013. It contains all the official learning material for the test and is written in clear, simple language - making it easy to understand. It covers a range of topics you need to know to pass your test and apply for UK citizenship or permanent residency, including: the process of becoming a citizen or permanent resident; the values and principles of the UK; traditions and culture from around the UK; the events and people that have shaped the UK's history; the government and the law; getting involved in your community. A glossary and index are included.
Author: Cheri Sicard
Publisher: For Dummies
Release Date: 2003-07-01
Genre: Study Aids
The decision to become a United States citizen is one of the most important choices you can ever make. Before you can become a U.S. citizen, however, you first must be a lawful permanent resident of the U.S. For this reason, before you begin the process, you need to know what you want to achieve – legal immigration or naturalization – and if you can expect to qualify for it. U.S. Citizenship For Dummies will help you get through this often confusing process, from determining how best to qualify to live permanently in the United States to gaining a green card and then citizenship. This reference guide is for anyone who Is interested in living permanently in the U.S. Is a friend or relative of someone who wishes to live permanently in the U.S. Wants to become a naturalized citizen Has no legal background or any familiarity with U.S. immigration This book helps you discover the important requirements you need to meet and offers tips and insights into dealing with the Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services (BCIS). You also get to know other government agencies that you’ll work with while attempting to immigrate to the U.S. or become a citizen. U.S. Citizenship For Dummies covers the following topics and more: Clear information on the immigration process Up-to-date information on various application forms The rights of legal aliens Recent changes in immigration laws Review of English and Civics tests Pointers on the interview process Survey of U.S. history, government, and culture Coverage on visas and green cards Troubleshooting immigration problems Becoming a U.S. citizen carries important duties and responsibilities as well as rights, rewards, and privileges. Before you make the decision to pursue U.S. citizenship, you need to be aware of what you stand to lose and what you stand to gain; you also need to be sure you’re ready to fulfill all the obligations of a good citizen. U.S. Citizenship For Dummies will help you understand all that it means to become a citizen of the United States of America.
Author: J. S. Aaron
Publisher: Lakewood Publishing
Release Date: 2011-06-01
Genre: Foreign Language Study
The English edition of U.S. Citizenship Test (English Edition) 100 Questions and Answers completes this popular series of multilingual citizenship books. Like the other books in the series, it includes: (1) All 100 official Civics questions and answers for the US Citizenship Test (2011-2012),(2) USCIS Official Reading and Writing Vocabulary Lists,(3) The 20 Questions for Permanent Residents over 65 years old,(4) Important contact information and websites for more help and, unique to this English edition only,(5) all 100 questions and answers in a flash card format for easy practice and review. As with the other books in this bilingual series (Spanish, Chinese, Tagalog, Vietnamese, Korean and multi-lingual), this is an excellent resource for anyone who want to learn more about the United States' government, civics, history and culture, especially immigrants who are preparing for citizenship. English language learners will appreciate the clear organization and easy-to-read format. The civics questions will test your knowledge of U.S. history and government--and improve your English vocabulary--as you study for your test. Flashcards will help permanent residents who want to study independently. Together with other books in the series, "U.S. Citizenship Test (English Edition)" will also be useful in adult English-as-a-Second-Language (ESL/EFL) classrooms. Recommended for citizenship and civics libraries.
Author: Aliza Becker
Publisher: McGraw-Hill College
Release Date: 2002-06-01
Genre: Foreign Language Study
Citizenship New, Revised Edition, is an ESL Language citizenship preparation textbook for intermediate students. This text has been fully revised around the new N-400 form and updated to reflect the recent changes in naturalization law and the process of becoming a U.S. Citizen. With plenty of self-directed activities, it is appropriate either in a classroom setting or as a self-study guide. Through listening, speaking, reading, and writing, students gain the information and skills necessary to: Complete the INS Application for Naturalization (N-400) Succeed in the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) interview Pass the required U.S. History and Government and English Literacy tests Each Chapter Includes: Information on the Naturalization Process Practice on completing sections of the N-400 Form Reading Passage that focuses on one significant aspect of U.S. History or U.S. Government Dialogues and Dictation practice in the student text and the supplemental audio program that replicate the INS interview Common grammar structure explanation and practice that relates to the naturalization process
The Best way to prepare for the U.S. Citizenship/Naturalization Interview is the brand new 2017 Citizenship Basics Study Guide for the U.S. Citizenship and Naturalization Test. Citizenship Basics has helped thousands of applicants successfully pass their citizenship tests all across the United States. It is written and produced by experienced Citizenship/ESL instructors who know what works when it comes to passing the U.S. Naturalization Interview. The handy yet thorough 6" by 9" textbook includes 60 new pages of ESL and Citizenship lessons including:100 Questions & New N-400 based ExercisesComplete Practice InterviewESL Lessons that fulfill Course Outline Requirements for Los Angeles, New York, Florida, Texas School Districts, and USCISSmall Talk, Clarification and Checking for Understanding Overview of Citizenship Interview & Benefits of CitizenshipHistorical and Civics Readings ESL Lessons for all learning modalities Reading and Writing Vocabulary and Much More! Citizenship Basics makes the perfect gift!