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The U.S. citizenship test requires candidates to pass two individual sections, one focused on English language skills and the other on civics. The U.S. Immigration Services website provides a variety of study aids. To pa... More »

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As of 2015, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services website has a variety of study tools to help applicants prepare for their citizenship test. Study tools include flash cards, practice tests, vocabulary and more. More »

The U.S. citizenship test is taken during the naturalization interview. This includes questions about the application, background, and a separate English and civics test, which the applicant has the opportunity to take t... More »

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