U.S. Citizenship

The New Citizenship Test

Green card holders applying for citizenship are required to take the citizenship test as part of the naturalization process. On Oct. 1, 2008, the USCIS re-designed the questions and switched to a new bunch of test questions. Citizenship applicants filing on or after October 1, 2008 are required to take the new test. However, the …

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Passing The Citizenship Test

As part of the naturalization process, most applicants have to take the citizenship test. It is to test your knowledge in English and US government and history (Civics). In the civics section, you will be tested orally. The USCIS has designed 100 questions for this purpose and the USCIS officer will ask ten questions from …

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Selective Service in the United States

Selective Service registration is the process of giving the Selective Service System personal information, such as name, address, date of birth, Social Security Account Number and other related information. Men are required to register with Selective Service as soon as they reach age 18. However, it is important to know that registering with Selective Service …

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Promoting American Citizenship

Per the Economic Times, The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) launched a campaign urging the over 12 million Green Card holders in America to become citizens. It is indeed the first time that the immigration agency has launched a paid advertising campaign to promote American citizenship in the minds of Green Card holders. This …

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