With the entry of Joe Biden as the new president of the United States, the old format for the 100-question citizenship test will also return .
As of April 19, the people who present themselves to take the test will have a better chance of passing it. To obtain American citizenship it is also necessary to have other requirements such as residency, good moral character and passing the English test.
What is the test to get American citizenship?
It is a test that is carried out for all the people who want to become US citizens and thus have the same rights and obligations as other North Americans. The exams are taken at the end of the naturalization process when the interviewer asks you questions about English and civics.
Who Must Take the American Citizenship Test?
All people who seek to be considered before the law as Americans. Although not everyone has to take the complete exam, there are exceptions such as: that you would be exempt from the English test if you are over 50 years old and have your permanent residence in the United States for 20 years at the time of naturalization.
Even if you are exempt from taking the English test, you will have to take the civics test, however, it can be done in your native language but you must bring your interpreter.
What subjects must be studied to pass the US citizenship test?
The English test consists of three parts: reading, oral and written. In the reading and writing tests you will have to read sentences aloud, and in the other the interviewer will dictate sentences and you will have to write them correctly. In the oral he will give you a small talk in which you will have to follow the conversation.
In the civic education test, you will be asked 10 questions out of 100 possible and you will have to answer at least 6, the questionnaire brings history of the country and the government.
How much does it cost to take the citizenship test?
The cost of the exam is $ 595.00 for the application and also $ 8 5.00 for the fingerprints for a total of $ 680.00.
Where is the citizenship test done?
At the offices of the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)