As part of the process of becoming a naturalized citizen in the United States, one of the steps that you will have to take is to pass the Civics Test which will be administered to you orally by an officer of the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). There are 100 total questions on the Civics Test, but you will only be asked 10 of these questions, and will be required to provide a correct answer to at least 6 of the 10 questions asked. Note that, while the 100 questions on the Civics Test remain the same, the answers may change based on who is in office at the time that the test is administered. For example, if you are asked, “What is the name of the U.S. Vice President?” you will want to answer “Mike Pence” or simply “Pence” but not “Joe Biden” or “Biden” as Biden is no longer the current Vice President. Below are some sample citizenship questions you can be asked from every category with sample correct answers (note: additional answers may apply in some cases), and you can find a full list here.
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