Barron's U.S. Citizenship Test

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Barron's Educational Series, 2008 - Study Aids - 209 pages
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This manual has been updated to include explanations of recently instituted government procedures and regulations that pertain to application for United States citizenship. Progressive exercises, in addition to providing a review of information needed for the test, build practice in using spoken and written English. Topics include reviews of U.S. history, geography, and government, explanation of application procedures, advice on filling out citizenship application forms, and up-to-date information on eligibility for naturalization.
 

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Contents

INDEX 207
4
Some Important Rights Under the Constitution
13
PART TWOAPPLYING FOR U S CITIZENSHIP
19
Instructions for Form N400
25
Application for Naturalization Form N400 32
52
PART THREEPREPARING FOR THE TEST
55
The Voters of the United States Elect
63
The Constitution as It Was Adopted
64
How a Bill Becomes a Law
75
Executive Branch of Our Federal Government
76
The President
77
Judicial Branch of Our Federal Government
87
How the Organization of Government in Cities States and the Nation Is Much Alike
90
Delegated Powers in the Federal System
91
The Federal System
92
Some of Our First Immigrants
97

The Bill of Rights1791
65
Amendments Passed After the Bill of Rights
66
Four Ways of Amending Our Federal Constitution
67
A Tripartite SystemThe Principle of Checks and Balances in Our Government
73
The Liberty Bell
99
Sample Completed Form N400 166
115
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