U.S. Citizenship Guidebook
This book is intended to help immigrants prepare for the naturalization examination. In this 207-page Self-study Guidebook, immigrants will find information on the requirements for citizenship, the advantages of being a U.S. citizen, and the duties and responsibilities of being a citizen. Sample examination questions frequently asked by naturalization examiners during the citizenship interview are provided. They include more than 500 multiple choice questions on U.S. history and government with answers and explanations.These sample questions are sufficient for them to pass the citizenship examination conducted every year by the U.S. Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services.
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Requirement for Citizenship
Appear for Final Court Hearing
Name Changes Lost Damaged or Destroyed Citizenship Papers
The Constitution of the United States
The Pledge of Allegiance
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