We help you prepare for the US Citizenship Test
Frequently Asked Questions:
WHAT IS REQUIRED?
An applicant for naturalization must demonstrate a knowledge and understanding of the fundamentals of the history and of the principles and form of government of the United States. Also, you must be able to read, write, and speak Basic English.
- CAN I BE EXEMPTED?
Applicants exempt from this requirement are those who, on the date of filing, have a medically determinable physical or mental impairment, where the impairment affects the applicant’s ability to learn U.S. History and Government.
- I AM ABOVE 65, CAN I HAVE SPECIAL CONSIDERATION?
Applicants who have been residing in the U.S. subsequent to a lawful admission for permanent residence for at least 20 years and are over the age of 65 will be afforded special consideration in satisfying this requirement.
- WHAT WILL I BE ASKED AT THE TEST?
The questions asked are to test of your knowledge of United States History and the structure of US government. Remember, you are seeking the citizenship of the United States, and therefore you must know about the country as you’d remember about your motherland.
The curriculum is divided into four distinctive parts:
- History of the United States
- Structure of the government of United States
- Written English testing
- General information about United States
At the end of the course we will conduct an evaluation test of your preparedness for the examination. We will also provide you with a sample of 100 questions and answers on U.S. history and government which may be asked at the examination.
HOW TO JOIN?
You may walk in any time during office hours and register for the forthcoming classes. Seats are limited; Join as soon as possible.