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What sorts of questions are on the English and civics test for U.S. citizenship?

The test questions cover basic U.S. history and civics, such as naming the first president, explaining the different branches of government, and other similar questions. USCIS uses a list of 100 questions and answers, which your immigration attorney can provide. The exam usually consists of 10 questions from this list. Usually, reading the 100 questions and answers a few times is sufficient study for the exam. The 100 questions and answers and an online booklet about U.S. government and history are available at the USCIS website.

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