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Celebrate the US Constitution and Citizenship Week

Americans observe the US Constitution and Citizenship day on the 17th of September, every year. This day is celebrated in order to recognize people who had become US citizens and to commemorate the signing of the US Constitution. The US Congress determined September 17th as the Constitution Day and the whole week beginning from September 17th to September 23rd, is celebrated as the Constitution and Citizenship week.

The responsibility of the Federal, Local and State officials is to conduct programs to celebrate the Constitution, in order to reflect on the US citizenship rights, on this day. The communities, states, schools, etc, organize programs to commemorate the Constitution week. Images of the US citizens, the US flag and the colors of the US flag will be used as promotional materials for the Constitution and Citizenship Day.

Resources are being provided by the National Center for Constitutional Studies, to help the communities and schools, to conduct educational programs and to celebrate the Constitution and Citizenship week. Along with that, USCIS also offers various resources to help out the people who seek to obtain US citizenship through naturalization.

Helpful resources offered by the USCIS, will help the prospective citizens to prepare for the naturalization tests. People who wish to become US citizens must be well aware of the rights and responsibilities of American citizenship and it is mandatory to know about the Constitution and Citizenship week, because various questions related to this week will be found on the civics part of the naturalization test.

Some of the USCIS resources related to this special day, have been highlighted and separate materials for learners and teachers are offered by the USCIS. Resources for learners will help the people who are preparing for the naturalization test and the resources for teachers will help the teachers and volunteers to guide prospective US citizens.

One of the resources offered by the USCIS, “Preparing for the Oath: U.S. History and Civics for Citizenship” contains valuable information about the Constitution and Citizenship day. Similarly, the resources, “Promise of Freedom: An Introduction to U.S. History and Civics for Immigrants” and “Citizenship Rights and Responsibilities” contain information about the founding of America and the American citizenship rights and duties.

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