According to Visa Services at Duke University the amount of time a person has to wait to take a citizenship test depends on LPR status. If the LPR status is marriage based, the waiting period is three years. An LPR statu... More »

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According to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, a person may qualify for citizenship through naturalization if she has been a permanent resident of the United States for a minimum of 5 years. Applicants must also ... More »

The process of becoming a United States citizen takes about six to 12 months to complete. That process includes getting a green card, taking a citizenship test and undergoing an interview. More »

As of November 2014, one can become a Canadian citizen by earning permanent-resident status for four years as an adult, 18 years or older, knowing Canada's responsibilities of citizenship and submitting an application. F... More »

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A citizenship test, which is also known as a naturalization test, is a test that demonstrates a would-be citizen's knowledge of the United States government and history. The U.S. naturalization test is an oral test based... More »

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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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The citizenship test, also known as the civics test, is made up of ten questions. You must get six of the ten questions right in order to pass the test according to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services website. More »

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