To prepare for a U.S. citizenship interview, prospective interviewees should familiarize themselves with the list of 100 questions and answers on the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services website, advises the organization's portal. The questions focus on U.S. history, civics and government.
Questions on the USCIS website are organized in three sections, according to the organization's portal. Queries in the "American government" section are intended to gauge interviewees' knowledge of the structure, roles, powers and occupants of the offices of the American government. This section is further divided into three parts: "Rights and responsibilities," "Principles of American democracy" and "System of government."
Typical questions in this section include: "What does the constitution do?", "Who is in charge of the executive branch?", "Who makes federal laws?" and "What are two rights of everyone living in the United States?" The answers to questions in this section may change due to elections, appointments and other reasons, according to the USCIS
Another set of queries test the interviewees' grasp of American history, explains the USCIS. Questions in this category are further organized into three sub-sections: "1800s," "Recent American history and other important historical information" and "Colonial period and independence."
Questions in the last section test interviewees' proficiency in American civics, according to the USCIS. Similar to previous sections, this category, branded "Integrated Civics," is further split into three parts: "Geography," "Symbols" and "Holidays."