Practical tests for citizenship test available online

Written by Posted On Thursday, 29 March 2018 09:05

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Service reminded legal residents in Connecticut and the United States that practical tests for the naturalization exam are available on their website. According to the agency, the tests are intended to ensure that the applicant arrives as well prepared as possible for the US citizenship practice test.

"During your immigration interview, you will be asked up to 10 questions that are part of the list of 100 questions in English. To pass the citizenship test, you must correctly answer in English six of the 10 questions", explained the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS). The tests help the resident to study for his exam and at the end; he will get his final score at the end of the test.

Some applicants are exempt from meeting the English requirement for naturalization because of their age or disability. These applicants can take the citizenship test in the language of their selection, the agency explained. According to the USCIS, these short tests were created as study tools to help the applicant prove their knowledge of the history and government of the United States.

The Citizenship and Immigration Service indicated that the requirements to obtain citizenship are having completed 18 years and 5 years as a permanent resident (green card) before the date of filing form N-400 (Application for Naturalization) and having resided in a same State or district of USCIS that has jurisdiction of the place of residence at least 3 months before applying for citizenship.

In addition, have continuous residence in the United States as a legal permanent resident for at least 5 years immediately prior to the date of processing the application.

Other requirements, according to the agency, are to have been physically present in the United States for at least 30 months in the 5 years immediately preceding the date of processing of the application, to reside continuously in the United States from the date of the application for naturalization. up to the date of naturalization and be able to read, write and speak English, and have knowledge of the history and government (civic education) of the United States.

The USCIS added that the applicant must be a person of good moral conduct, who respects the law and adheres to the principles of the Constitution of the United States. In addition, have a good disposition for the good order, happiness, and welfare of the United States during all relevant periods under the law.

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