Citizenship Official USCIS Civics Test
2021 U.S. Citizenship (Practice Quiz) Official USCIS Civics Test:
One Easy Answer (Random Order)
This educational video is the 2008 old version of the Civics Test with 100 questions and answers only, and is updated with the new President and Vice-President including their political party as part of the Civics Test.
Immigrant applicants who filed their application for naturalization on or after Dec. 1, 2020, and before March 1, 2021, who are likely to have been studying for the new 2020 test with 128 questions will be given the option to take either the 2020 civics test with 128 questions or the 2008 civics test with 100 questions.
There will be a transition period where both tests are being offered. The new 2020 test with 128 questions will be phased out or gradually be eliminated on April 19, 2021, for initial or first test takers. Immigrant applicants filing on or after March 1, 2021, will take the 2008 old version of the civics test.
will be using again the 2008 version of the naturalization civics test to eliminate those obstacles and make the process more accessible to all eligible people who want to apply for their American citizenship.
Therefore, USCIS aims to make the process as accessible as possible with the request by President Joe Biden to review the entire process in detail.
Each state has two senators, visit the official website link below this video that will direct you to find out the names of the current senators from your state: https://www.senate.gov/general/contac… You can also visit our website at https://www.uscitizenshiphelpguide.com
To find the name of your current governor or contact information for each state government, for example if you live in California, simply choose your state and select California to see the current name of the Governor and contact information. Simply click on the description link below this video to know the name of the current governor of your state:
To find your current Representative, simply visit: https://www.house.gov/representatives… and enter your ZIP code then click FIND YOUR REP BY ZIP then your congressional district representative will appear.
This official service
will assist you by matching your ZIP code to your congressional district, so trying to provide additional information will allow an exact match by entering your Street Address. This 2021 educational video contains random test questions for your U.S. Citizenship Official Civics Naturalization Test.
In this video,
you will be given time (up to 5 seconds) to answer each question. We hope that you’ll be able to answer all of them. It will be a very good indication that you are ready for your upcoming interview and tests for American (U.S.) citizenship. Please take note that during the Naturalization Interview and Exams, you will be asked up to ten (10) questions. You should answer six (6) questions correctly in order to pass the naturalization test for the government and history examination. You can also check our community updates through this link: https://www.youtube.com/c/USCitizensh…,
some of the new passers had shared their interview experiences that may help you too. We also have the U.S. Citizenship Official Reading and Writing Tests (History Government Civics Exams) link here for you: https://youtu.be/j5-IqJ42bY4 You can also see the U.S. Naturalization Test Scoring Guidelines (Civics, Reading & Writing) link here for you: https://youtu.be/l3bLaVdmVsE
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