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    I have heard that to become a citizen of the US you need to pass a test. What kind of questions are asked? Is this test required for just citizenship or also residency?


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    Yes, you are right that you have to take a test to become a citizen. You should ask the immigrant center at your local place to get help. They usually help you to prepare for the test. I heard that they have multiple choice question section and interview with some simple questions like " Why do you want to become a U.S citizen?"

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    I have been thru the process, it isn't hard but first I suggest you go to a place that doesn't have many applications because you will be lost. My experience was Kansas City was a night mare, but to answer you yes you have to take a test and it is very simple as long as you know ENGLISH because that is most of it but you will have know history, government, why you want to come here, spelling and some writing and yes it is timed. My wife's English was OK but not that great but she studied, I was lucky I was born here and I feel people that immigrate after receiving their citizenship most of the time know more about this country than most people do. So study and remember nothing is free nothing not even citizenship why do you think they want you here, PAY TAXES and VOTE for these losers we have in congress and of course don't leave out the office of president. I paid plenty to get her here and I HATE these people that sneak in do it right.........I am white so is my wife but now know what it is like to be black, we have been called every name you can think of and even injured simply because she was from Russia. Lately we lost a court case basically because we are not from here even the judge said he is tried of people coming here from other places and buy 10 acres of land thinking they own the whole state and he was also tried of people with wealth and the famous. You have a hard road and to be frank I am not sure why you want to come here I some times want to leave, but if you want you can do it. One thing I found they like fighters, I mean really show them you want to be a citizen.

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    [QUOTE=NFRs2000NYC;991]This should help you out. Scroll down to see all the questions...

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